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Where Were Tou 
in '91 and '92 

It was a year we were forgetting 

about a war that barely was, 

A year we stopped being patriots 

because no one else was. 

It was a year we stopped to listen 

as a woman addressed us all, 

About the evils of sexual harrassment 

while making a mockery of the law. 

It was a year we kept on fighting 

against a disease whose end is tragic, 

It preys on all, it knows no foe. 

Neither medical or magic. 

It was a year we kept on trying 

to learn and pay the rent. 

The country's broke, healthcare's a mess 

the time in school was heaven sent. 






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This book is dedicated to my reason for being: my little girl. 

She is the reason I'm m college; her future depends on my success. 

Withm twenty months of life, she has mastered qualities which I can only hope to 

achieve; but through trying have helped me complete this task. Qualities such as 

complete trust (which I am convinced I can not afford), constant inquisitiveness 

(which 1 am afraid to exhibit for fear of being viewed the fool), and unconditional 

love (which I too often put aside in favor of my own interests). 

What she learns from me 1 hope is good; what I learn from her 1 know is good. 






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Wheic did we put it? 



Student Life 




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Around Campus 4-32 

Spotlight: Kim Jones 6 

Spotlight: Joseph Babula 10 

Homecoming 14 

Spotlight: June Viruet 18 

Spotlight: Gary Glemboski 22 

Spotlight: Tonja Moore 26 

Miss ASC Pagent 30 

Sports 

Baseball 34 

Basketball 38 

Cheerleaders 44 

Danceteam 48 

Tennis 50 

Volleyball 56 

Intramurals 58 

Groups 

A-Z 

People & Events 

Alcohol Awareness 82 

ASC Birthday 83 

Beachbash 86 

Chaos 90 

Faculty Lectures 92 

Carrot Top 94 

Graduation 96 

Mocktail Party 98 

Registration 100 

Rhythm Corp 102 

Who's Who 104 

At Work 108 

Foster Art Exposition 110 

Class Photos 

Freshman 113 

Sophomores 125 

Juniors 135 

Seniors 145 

Faculty 

All Departments 162-182 

Spotlight: Dr. Carol Andrews 174 

Spotlight: Dr. Maryellen Cosgrove 168 

Index 

A-Z 185-192 

Student Life II 

Around Campus 194-207 

Bandemonium 196 

Spotlight: Stephanie Beaty 200 

Halloween Party 204 

Armstrong Fest 205 








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Around Campus 





It's safe to assume that the Homecoming Flyer met with Johnny Beaty's approval. 





Caria departs the MCC with her friend. 




Armstrong Cheerleaders: a potent combination of liigh 
spirits and good looks! 




June Viruet flashes that killer combination of a teasing smile and heart melting eyes that floor a certain yearbook 
staff member at least once a day! 





Everything about the Armstrong Dance Team sizzles! 



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The campus cat is always there, lurking... waiting... 



Susan Rundbaken walking in the rain. 

A large portion of a student's life 
is spent in the classroom, and studying 
for time spent in the classroom. Yet 
this aspect is not the only part of a 
student's life worth examining. In our 
student life section this year, we have 
tried not only to show different stu- 
dents engaging in various activities on 
campus, but also to highlight some 
students who, in one way or another, 
are special. Space limitations keep us 
from highlighting the overwhelming 
number of students we could have 
highlighted; we can only hope we 
have chosen a good cross section to 
represent the school. 





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Wife, Worker, 
Mother, Student 

Kim Jones is a part time student at Armstrong, takmg seven to 
ten hours per quarter. She is also a mother and a wife. To keep her 
family gomg. she also works full time as Assistant Manager at "The 
Print Shop" on Mall boulevard. Her schedule, to say the least, is 
hectic. Trying to keep up with her while shooting this photo essay 
proved impossible, so we put together some photos that were shot 
over a week or two. Even so, what you see on these two pages repre- 
sents an average day in Kim's life. More power to her. 





First, It's up in the morning at 5:30 sharp.. 





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makes it in time for her 7:00am class... 



and after class, she's at work by 8:00. 




Usually she's home by 8:30, and the family has dinner. 

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with kisses and hugs, she drops the baby at daycare. 




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and then either studies or, on Thurdays goes to class at 6:00pm while her husband babysits. 

How it's done 

The only real problem I have with my 

schedule is trying to fit in enough sleep. It 

always seems that more time than 1 think goes 

by when I'm playing with my daughter Sarah. 

then I find myself up late studying for classes. 

It's not an unusual event to be 2 to 5 mmutes 

late for Political Science at 7:00 AM in the 

morning. But, all in all. I think the effort is 

worth it. If only I could get my husband to 

change a dirty diaper without making such 

gross faces it makes the baby cry! 

and she does the same. Tommorrow's a busy day. 




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Steve Mathis and Buck DeGroot eating... again, (chances are Buck is still eating something as you read this!) 







Shelley Carroll, Tonya Stafford and Andrew Lintini 
took second place in the "Chalk In." 



Sundarraman Narayanan: gym rat. 




Gat7 Guillory falls into the Office of Minority Affairs. 




Daniel Shores... "it's all so simple 



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Amy West, mastermind behind this year's highly 
successful Miss ASC pageant. 




Jack Maxwell and Willie Graham on the brink of frustration from dealing with the Office 
of the Registrar, located in the building we affectionately refer to as "The Kremlin." 





Amber Lawrence and Teri Wilson got that Biology thing 
under control. 




A reaction to the Inkwell's investigation into the "Mall Zombies" problem. 



Ronson Royer lends a lot of spirit to the ASC 
cheerleaders. 



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Ugandan, Class 
President, Student 

Joseph Babula's application for acceptance was just an- 
other piece of paper in a stack of applications when he first 
applied at Armstrong. If Joseph wasn't quite sure was he was 
getting in Armstrong, it's a fair bet that Armstrong State 
College had no idea what it was getting in Joseph. In short 
order. Joseph was in class and learning the ropes around cam- 
pus that would eventually help him travel the road to the top. 
This was his senior year, and he plans on moving along to 
graduate school. Whatever school he ends up at next, look out! 




One of the benefits of the Presider 




Joseph Babula. the man, the legend. 

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Despite his many other duties, Joseph must ensure he keeps up his G.P 




The work also makes for some long nights. 



How it's done 

Thank God for my dad. My coming to Arm- 
strong was my dad's idea. My experiences here 
have made me reaUze what a good choice he made 
for me. I have made many friends, had fun, and 
even studied occasionally. One problem which hit 
me hardest upon my arrival in the U.S. still exists 
though: how someone can hate another because of 
the color of their skin. I think it's a shame. Finally, 
thanks to all those who helped me live out my 
dream; I hope I have given you back half as much 
as you have given me. Thanks to my family, espe- 
cially my late dad - 1 know he can hear me. 

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Around Campus 






Lookin' good m the cafeteria! 




Library Devastation: Juan and Bruce Michael 





Stick to basketball, Stacy. 




Duane, this couldn't have turned out wcl 
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Glen Moscoso's imitation of Al Harris. 




Johnny Beaty's look of guilt ridden innocence. 





Joseph Babula... late with a smile. 



Rebekah Sigler and Chuck Jones... an exercise in 
physical contrast. 





Stacy Gill lets home know school's going alright. 



Janelle Lewis gives Herbert Cleveland some 
tutoring in math at the Lane Library. 

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Homecoming Week 

Steve Young meets Ronnie Romm 



This Homecoming event was so 
hysterical we decided to devote a 
couple of pages to it. No one in the 
packed cafeteria had any idea how 
entertaming the combmation Steve 
Young and Ronnie Romm was 
going to be. Out of the twelve 
people who were on stage being 
hypnotised, it was Steve, and the 
things he did upon the suggestions 
of Mentalist/Hypnotist Ronnie 
Romm that absolutely floored the 
audience with laughter. When 
Ronnie asked everyone to relax, 
Steve defmetly complied. As the 
show progressed, Steve whole 
heartedly participated in everything 
from reeling in an imaginary fish, 
shouting his horse to victory at an 
imaginary track, hiding his winnmg 
ticket in his shorts, then quickly 
extracting it because suddenly it 
was a piece of imaginary ice. The 
highlight of the show was Steve 
jumping across stage, convinced he 
had recieved a slight shock on the 
butt whenever Ronnie stomped his 
foot, and Steve was convinced it 
was all his best friends' fault. We 
talked with Steve afterward, and he 
said he remembered hardly 
anything; he felt a little dizzy, but 
mostly rested, like he had been 
sleeping soundly. He also 
mentioned the fact that for the rest 
of the day, everyone was sneaking 
up behind him and stomping their 
foot! 





Ok, Steve, the 



Steve Young: "Get outta 
town, you can't hypnotise 
me!" 



Ronnie Romm: "I'm gonna make 
this guy a textbook example 
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Something simple to start, Steve, like say, rolling your hands in front of your face for 
no particular reason! 




Geez, Steve, we had to send Joseph Babula up there to keep you from bouncing 
your chair off the stage as you reeled in what must have been the biggest fish in 
the world! 




"Shock me on the butt one more time and I'm 
coming down there and beat the @#$% outta 
you!" 



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Homecoming Week, 

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Homecoming Week was full of activities de- 
signed to mvolve students in school spirit. Baseball 
player Pete Richter showed his spirit by stuffing his 
face to victory in the eating contest. Student artists 
turned out to try their hand in the chalk-in contest, 
and different student organizations showed their 
spirit in the banner contest. A large number of 
students showed up for the lip sync contest, result- 
ing in loud laughs and some exchanging of glances. 
Few stayed for the Roommate Game, but those 
who did were not disappointed. Perhaps the most 
humorous memory of Homecoming Week was 
mentalist/hypnotist Ronnie Romm's visit to our 
campus, coupled with the delirious antics of his 
subject/victim Steve Young (see previous pages). 
Homecoming Night itself gave way to a large 
Armstrong Pirates victory over the Lander Senators 
in both the men and women's games. The Home- 
coming Queen title went to Angle Collins, one girl 
out of an impressive bunch of candidates. Overall, 
Homecoming Week was a big success, and was 
especially rewarding to those who participated. 





Homecoming Queen Angle Collins with escort Anthony Bryant. 




The Lip Sync contest was a blast! 




Kathleen Warbmgton "gets down" at 
Homecoming Dance. 



Karia Hamilton and Da 
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Eric Chavez nurses his second lunch in the 
eating contest. 




Michael Hopton and Stan Martin may have "Friends in Low Places," but the Lip Sync judges 
liked the Garth Brooks act. They took home first place and two hundred dollars. 




flene Rumph pose as Civil War contemporaries, taking 
ie Tyme Photos. 




Pete Richter, who won the eating contest, looks a little sick, and he's only 
on the doughnuts! 



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Student Worker, 
CUB Member, 
Student 

June Viruet, in her second year at Armstrong, is major- 
ing m Nursing. From the time she arrived at school, she 
became very involved m many activities. From working m 
the Student Activities Office to being a member of the 
College Union Board, June has become a well known figure 
to many people around campus. 





June explains, in detail, the sequence of event 




Doln' that school thing takes up alot of her time. 




June Viruet, future nurse, one fabulous babel 
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She's not all work and no play. 



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Taking charge in the Student Activities office is almost habit by now. 



for Homecoming Weetc. 



How about it, June, is he alive? 





listens with reservations as Treasurer Steve Neverez tries to 
her budget. 



How it's done 

Trying to balance College Union Board 

responsibilities along with school and family 

has not been easy, but it has definitely had its 

rewards. The best thing about CUB was being 

involved in choosing the entertainment to 

come to campus, then seeing the students 

enjoy the activities when they arrive. The 

Homecoming Week activities were especially 

challenging and rewarding. I look forward to 

becoming a Registered Nurse and being able to 

help others in their time of need. The hard 

work and studying was worth it. 

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Timothy Daniels, Elaine Young, Charlsse Crawford and Bernard Jones in the rec room: "No Gambling Allowed" 





The Baptist Student Union Building: a righteous 
hangout. 



For some not-so-mysterious reason, I couldn't 
seem to stop taking pictures of this group. 




The Russians invaded, but went on their way humbled. 
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How can she smile while doing math? 



Around Campus 




Just a slight push to the right and Russell is 
history. 




All spirit; seventh in the nation! 





If only I could make a shot when I'm not the only person in 
the gym. 



Hey... bh"arK^Hey 




Lenny Passink & Shea Dunham kickin' back & smilin' in the 



Policeman, 
Karate Instructor, 
Student 



Gary Glemboski, a dedicated policeman, part-time student, 
karate instructor, and Criminal Justice major. With Gary's busy 
schedule, he still finds time to teach karate to his fellow policeman 
and the children of the community. For this layout, June Viruet, a 
Geechee staff member, went along for a ride during one of his nights 
on duty as a Savannah Police Officer. With all the excitement she 
relayed to her friends in the following weeks, it seems a sure thing 
that his job is never boring. 



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The mandatory policeman's donut stop. (How typical!) 



On the beat. 




Showing his karate class how it's done. 



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Gary does his homework whenever the opportunity arises. 







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Gary questions a person found in an abandoned building thought to be a 
crack house. 



How it's done 

I feel very fortunate that the vocation I 
have chosen, law enforcement, is the one that 
I truly enjoyed for the past ten years. It is also 
fortunate that my major diversion, martial 
arts, relates to my job. The Criminal Justice 
program which I have chosen here at Arm- 
strong IS also a major aspect of what I do on 

the job. 

Even though I waited a long time to 

return to school, I feel that I made the right 

choice. In waiting I feel that I gained valuable 

experience and maturity that are essential in 

understanding education at a college level. 

Being at Armstrong has given me a chance 

to be involved with the educational process at 

a very important time in people's lives. In 

classes where I interject some of my personal 

experiences I feel I have contributed to 

individual's understanding of the subject. After 

my law enforcement career is over, I would 

like to teach at the college level. 

When I first started at Armstrong, I felt 

that I was starting a whole new facet of my 

life. Now that I am about to graduate I have 

that same feeling again. I know that I will not 

only continue education, but keep adding 

these additional facets through my career and 

other interests. 



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Around Campus 




Lookin' good m the MCC lobby 




Jamye Willis (right) and friend finish up a phone call. Is it just us, or does it look like 
these two are planning something devious? 





ennifer Jackson and Vondalyn Rawls using the computer 
resources of the library. 



Something's not quite the way it seems here. 
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Those smiles kinda make you wonder what these two have been up to, especially him 




Scott Sweat officially "on break." 



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Nick Mueller copies a copyrighted book. 




Ben Shores and Kim Jones returning from Political 
Science class. 




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Student Senator, 
Phi Mu President, 
Chaos Leader, 
Student 



Tonja Moore, a junior, is a Physical Education major. To Tonja, 
one of the most important factors in enjoying her college career is 
getting involved. She balances her hectic schedule around the stu- 
dent Senate, Chaos, school work, her job at Calvary, and, of course. 
Phi Mu. If you don't know Tonja, you're missing someone special. 



Always smilir 







Tonja relaxing with Shelley Carroll o 
retreat. 




Tonja Moore, senator, chaoser, greeker. 

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Sweats and umbros are comfortable, especially after 
a long week of participating in Homecoming 
activities. 




g, even first first thing in the morning. 





The responsible student senator listens intently. 



1 a Phi Mu 





onja in a rare moment of rest. 



In her spare time, Tonja likes to sing "Grease" songs. 



How it's done 

Trying to balance my senate responsibili- 
ties, Phi Mu, school, work, (and everything 
else) is quite a chore, but I find it all very 
rewarding. Armstrong has so much to offer, 
yet only a handful of students take advantage 
of all of the extracurricular activities. Take for 
instance the Greek Life on campus. Less than 
75 students are members in fraternities or 
sororities on campus. Students at ASC don't 
understand that being involved in a Greek 
organization is a positive thing, and can lead to 
long term friendships. I have one bit of advice 
for students. Be involved, you won't regret it! 



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lorgan Woodcock relaxes after polishing off another article for the Inkwell 






Duane, you don't look pleased. 




Shawn Buchanon rules the ping pong table, 
(not!). 




Destiny Wright watching the tube in Ul M'_L lobby. 
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Around Campus 




Hank Heller with that "don't bother me, Russell 
I'm studying" look. 



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Shelia Blankenship recieves some math tutoring from Clinton Jones in the library. 





All Harris, when finally forced into a confrontation with a 
unforgiving mirror that does not lie. 




'Hi ya!" (It's good to be the editor!) 



Daniel Hodgkins taking personal phone calls at work in the 
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Miss Armstrong State 
College 1992 




Kimberly Whitfield beams after a great performance. 





Erin Bauman prepares 

Arabian Dance from the Nutcracker 

Suite. 




Erin Bauman. Laura Miller, & Kimberly Whitfield anxiously await the pageant's outcome. 



The 2nd runner up: Shannon Wilson. 



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After a bad experience with the microphone, 
Angelisa worries needlessly. 




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Kimberly and Angelisa have a lot to cry and 
smile about. 



After much preparation, the 1992 Miss 
Armstrong State College contestants can finally 
breath easily. The 1992 Miss Armstrong State College 
Pageant took place on January 24th in the Fine Arts 
Auditorium. Participating in the pageant were 
Jennifer Kelly, Erin Bauman, Dionne Lewis, Shannon 
Wilson, Laura Miller, Kimberly Whitfield, Cherry 
Hooks, and Angelisa Savage. These girls diplayed their 
smging and dancing talents for a fairly large audience. 
The second runner-up was Shannon Wilson, with first 
runner-up going to Kimberly Whitfield. But it was 
Angelisa Savage who came out on top, and we wish 
her luck in the upcoming (at this writing) Miss 
Georgia Pageant. All in all, it was a great night, and if 
you missed it, you missed a lot. Make your plans now 
to be there next year. 



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Lighten up, huh girls? 





Gamble Hall, Freshman Central. 




The Fine Arts building offers interesting exhibits to ponder. 

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Now THIS IS the proper expression for doing math! 








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We could play some ball! 

From basketball to tennis, from baseball to 
cheerleading, we were a force to be reckoned 
with in the college athletic circuit. Just the 
mention of Armstrong brought fear into the 
hearts of our tennis opponents. The basketball 
team had a few off the court problems, but on 
the court they were awesome. The cheerlead- 
ers were 7th in the nation. The baseball team 
made it to the playoffs. From volleyball to 
cross country, the dance team all the way 
down to intramurals, we could play some ball! 



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Baseball 




Craig Bradshaw ace huHer for ASf 






Chns Mihstts in a contemplative moment. 



Set to steal second 



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Baseball 




Biddy Garza on the mound. 



Conference time. 




First Row (L-R): Joel Goodwin, Chns Milisits, Biddy Garza 

Second Row: fl-Rj.' Joel Chumley, Mike Tencza, Roman Miestowski, Daryle Gavlick, Dan Bntz, Darren Sprenger, Denk Parker 

Third Row (L-R): Steve Young, Jorge Becerra, Vince Evans, Russell Williams, Steve Holland, Enc Chavez, Bruce Fussell, Craig Bradshav*/. Mark 

Ewing, Pete Richter, Stevie Rushing, Bnan Fussell 



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Baseball 



First Team 
All Americans 




Draft Picks 

Eric Chavez: 
Baltimore Orioles 

Craig Bradshaw: 
Atlanta Braves 

Daryle Gavlic: 
Chicago Cubs 



Bottom (L-Rj: Mark Ewing (pre-season All American & 
winner of the Ashmone Cup), Daryle Gavlick 
Top (L-R) Roman Miestowski, Enc Chavez 




Enc Chavez belts one out of the park. 



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Mike Tencza and Vince Evans turn a double play. 



Baseball 




Mark Ewing delivers one right down the old pipe. 








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Basketball 



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Basketball 



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First Row (L-R): Shon Perry, Eddie Sheppard. Mike Hamer, Phil Clark 

Second Row: (L-R): Keith Bryant, Fred Allen, Craig Chambers, Steve Rankin, Mark Salley, Stacey McClain, Stanley Jackson 



Eddie Sheppard 




Coach Griff Mills 




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Basketball 




Renee Rice 





First Row (L-R): Bemadette Moore. Debra Moirell. Andrea F 
Second Row: (L-R): Serena Holmes, Tresha Hagins. Renee nc 




Andrecj Popwell 



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Basketball 



yell, Kim Godbee, Michelle Shinholstet^ 

fandy Carter, Yolanda Olover, Wallette Widner 





Walktte Widener 



Yolanda Olover 




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Cheerleaders 




First Row (L R): Melissa Brewster 

Second Row: (L-R): Cheryl Andrews. Kim Whitfield. Melanie Foss, Heather Ward. Julie Stormont 

Third Row (L-R) Buster Yarborough. Rusty Zittrauer, Keith Kimzey. Josh Haley, Eva Yarborough, Paul Beddow 



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Cross Country 




Patrick Babula 




First Row (L-R): Peter Weckesser. Carol Wilson, Carmen Rjos 

Shea Dunham, Philipp Schertel 

Second Row: (L-R): Ed Achenbacker (Coach), Ben Armstrong, 




Ben Armstrong 



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jchin Armstrong, Amy Ross, Dawn 
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Dance Team 




First Row (L-R): Chae An, Tawaney Ritter 

Second Row. (LR): Apnl Coleman, Jennifer Kelly, Mathilde Evans, Valene Shuman, Tunya Willianns 

Not Pictured: Angela Bonds 



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Tennis 




Ben Armstrong 




first Row (L-R): Chad Bundy, Ben Armstrong, Nick Hudson, Philipp Scheriel, Sundar Rayman 

Second Row: (L-R): Buck DeGroot, Mike Schreiber, Patrick Babula. John McDonough, Andreas Koth (Coacf 





Ben Armstrong 



Phillipp Schertel 



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Tennis 



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Volleyball 




/ s( Row (L-R): Dawn Davis, Cheryl Pierce, Ellen Sipes, Yvette Tnttei, Jennifer Grundy 

2nd Row (L-R): Williann Buckley (Coach), Kareena Kammski, Chnsty Johanssen, Dr. Council, Knsta Scheider, Kate Schuchardt. Carol Wilson 





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Helping Us Get 
Through It! 

Whether we paid for dues, services, or 

merchandise, these groups and services 

helped us all get through the school year. 

From the five dollar dues for a club 

membership, to a thousand or so dollars for 

a used textbook, we parted with our money 

to keep our education going. The fellowship 

is what kept us going most, though. It was a 

comforting thought to know that each one 

of us was not alone in our suffering 

and successes. 






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Alpha Gamma Delta 

l$t Row (L-R) 

Hayes Killian, Brena Justice, Jennifer Kelly, 

Suzanne Wynn, Susan Oglesbee, Traci Love. Kelli 

Mimbs, Kim Jayroe 



Alpha Sigma Chi 

/s; Kc\K IL-R, 

Mandy Carter, Krista Simms 

2nd Row (L-R) 

Mark Stroud, Sigrid Van Der Elst, Corey Bosarge, 

Andrea Mason, Stephanie Stinson, 

Lynn Roberts (Advisor) 

3rd Row (L-R) 

Steve Mathis, Mike Harner, Eric Hathcock, Barry 

Cline, Ron Carroll 



American Chemical Society 

1si Row (L-R) 

Kevin Beasley, Brandon Isaacson, Charlton 

Riegner, Benny Smith, Cynthia Purcell, Jami Ritch, 

Stacy Griffin, Wesley Smith 
Ztd Row (L-R) 
S. Lee Anne Biggerstaff, Billy Bedingfield. Noel 
Phipps, John Martin, Cindy Self, Brian Nease, 
Tracy Powers, Ken Strickland, Bill Agudelo 



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L.iUDS 

Joel H. Hilderbrand 
Chemical Honor Society 

tst Row (L-R) 

S. Lee Anne Biggerstaff, Brandon Isaacson, 

Charlton Riegner, Jami Ritch, Stacy Griffin, 

Cynthia Purcell, Dr. Gwen Baumann, Benny Smith 

2tui Row (L-R) 

Billy Bedingfield, Noel Phipps, Dr. Robert Kolodny, 

Cindy Self, Dr. John C. Brewer, Wesley Smith, 

Brian Nease, Dr. Pete Zipperer, Dr. Henry Harris 








American Dental 
Hygiene Association 

1st Row (L-R) 

Shunder Baker, Felicia Byne-Ndow. 

Patti Matheson 

2nd Row (L-R) 

Kimberly Burton, Tina Beaudoin, Gailyn Johnson. 

Ashlee Jones, Lucy Bryant 

in( Row (L-R) 

Margaret Moser, Leigh Hudson, Tran Barker. Lisa 

Davis, Mary Pund, Angle Yeomans, Heather 

Beutman, Stacey Lindsey, Kathenn Accurso, 

Heather Stubbs, Maggie Wagoner, Angle Corby, 

Renee Spraitz 



Baptist Student Union 

1st Row (L-R) 

Jason Blakey, Jamie Coleman 

2ttd Row (L-R) 

Chris Fuller (Campus Mmister), Cory Bosarge, Bruce Fussell, Suzanne 
Wynn, Suzanne Williams, Ankao Lm, Tiffany Jones, Erica Parker, 
Erica Moore, Rebekah Sigler, Tommy Harvey, Jonja Jenkins, Amber 

Purvis, Julie Scott, Beverly Woods 

ird Row (L-R) 

Rob Jones, Chuck Jones, Jenniferr Conlin, Scott Bland, Daniel What's- 

his-name, Barbara McDuffee, Chris Hamlen, John David, Kenny 

Waters, Julie Womble 

4th Row (L-R) 

Preston Parrish, Stan Porter, Larry Nolan, Brian Fussell, Chris Fleming. 

Cinger Smith, Lee Wetmore, Julie Reynolds, Roy Schrum, Poppy 

Hathaway, Kim Jaroe, Lisa Leverette 

Not Pictured (from left to right) : Janice Dyches, Stacey Gruber, Mark Jones, Jenny Stewart 




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Biological Society -Tri Beta 

lit Ro^' (L-R)i 

Paul Madinger, Tim Humphreys, Cindy Halas, 

James Roland, Wendy Peek, Chris Canicatti, EUie 

Enzor, Rachel Potter 



Data Processing & 
Management Association 

/sf RcM- iL-K) 

Bunch of people! 

2nd Row (L-R) 

A whole bunch more people! 

5rd Row (L-R) 

Even more people... 





Ebony Coalition 

1st Row (L-R) 

Tiffany Stevens, Marcie Bridges, 

Gary Guillory, Carla 

2nd Row (L-R) 

Vondalyn Rawls, Tonise Boggs 



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Economics Club 

tst Row (L-R) 

Monique Packer, Robert Simmons, Hugh Osborne, 
Robm Jarrard, Laura Branson, Dr. Yassaman 
Saadatmand, Scott Yost, Buck DeGroot, 
Charles Taylor 




Engineering Society 

Jsi Row (L-R) 

Steve Matz, Donnie Sanders, Phillip Bridges, Jose 

Tacaraya, Dr. Martin, Dr. Harris 

ZiiiiRow (L-R) 

Joni Jones, Tricia Blair, Autumn Huneycutt, Nerio 

Flores, Larry CoUms. Dachin Wu 




lEnvironmental Coalition 

1st Row (L-R) 

Tammy Carpenter, Kevin Jackie, 
Andy Laughlin (where"?-), Dana Boyd, 
IDuane Georges 



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Georgia Association 
of Educators 

Isi Rovt' (L-R, 
Morland Miller, Clark Kuntz, Jill Lepo Wieniewitz, 
Kim Newman, Melissa Lammons, Melinda Norton 



Hispanic Society 

hi RLnv (L-R) 

Dwayne Murray, Guillermo Humphrey, Eva 
Kearnes, Helga Aponte, Gary Fodor (Advisor) 
2nd Row (L-R) 

Joe Goldstein, Carol Tinkham, Sandra Vinueza, 
Renee Hutson 




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PhiAlphaTheta 




Isi Row (L-R) 

Prof. Bernard Comaskey, Dr. Olavi Arens, Wensley 

H. Hobby (Pres.), Jim Terrell, Michael Bowman, 

Glenn Williams 

2iiJ Rosx' (L-R) 

Dr. William Jackson, Hatel Desai, Elizabeth Arnt, 

Anna Kelly, Elizabeth Clark, Cindy Lyons- 

Sedgwick, Monica Hunt (Pres. -Elect), Aurelia 

Roth. Lorraine Abraham, Evelyn Spence 

3ui Row (L-R) 

Dr. Jim Gross, Dr. Robert Patterson, Prof. Thomas 

Waters, J. Gordon Gilky Jr., Adam Butcher, John 

Edwards, Dr. George Pruden, Alfred Owens (Tres.) 



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Phi Mu 

1st Rove (L-R) 

'Julie Scott, Deborah Strickland, Nicole Ivey, 
Jennifer Wu, Melanie Savinich, Dawn Cohen, 
Shelley Carroll 
2nci Row (L-R) 

Dina Vogel, Mandy Morgan, Jamye Willis, 
Tanya Stafford, Tonja Moore, Teresa Vincent, 
Ashley Jones, Angle Yeomans, Kristy Whittal 





Pi Mu Epsilon 

1st Rcw (L-R) 

A photo opportunity takes a tragic turn. 




Respiratory Therapy Club 

1st Row (L-R) 

Bill Smith, Victor Sheppard, Andy Mazzoli, Ellen 

Morrison, Karen Padgett, Jack Taylor, Jody 

Chaplin 

2nd Row (L-R) 

Jeff Todd, Ross Bowers, Rhonda Adams, Michelle 

Thomas, Neysa Perez, Stephanie Beaty 




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Isi Row (L-R) 
Sharon Farley. Kelly Wade, ■ 
Rachelle Dye, Dr. Massey 

2nd Row (L-R) ' 

Lynetta Cox, Brien McGlynn, Chester 
Meredith, Greg Cowling, Barbara Lauer 



E.B.Twitmeyer Society 

1st Rev (L-R) 

Mr. Jastero Navarro, Katrina Laygo, Chris Heinrich 

2nd Row (L-R) 

Dr. Ray Somera, Marsha Carlton, Kim Laughlin 

3ri Row (L-R) 

Dr. Stu Worthington, Patty Parker, Dana Boyd 

4ih Row (L-R) 

Miriam Wall, Dr. Grace Martin, Vickie Konout, 

Cindy McCormick, Joe Lee, Dr. Keith Douglass, 

Dr. Elliot Palefsky, Cilela Corbett 



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Women Of Worth 

ht Row (L-R) 

That's a whole bunch of women there, and we 

couldn't get all their names. But that sole guy 

surrounded by all those women, with an 

understandably big smile on his face, 

is Dr. Strozier! 



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Bookstore 

/s/ Ron' (L-R) 

Robin Jarrad, Diana Cummings, Kathi Mullen, 

Kelly Swain, John McKenna 

Not Pictured (In order of their ap(:>earance) 

Jackie Dyall, Vickie Williams, Laura Robinson, 

Linda Lewis 




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Business Office 

/s/ AVu' (L-R) 
Debra Bittner, Patsy Taylor, Robin Taylor, Barbara 

Johns, Patty Odom 

Znd Row (L-R) 
Sarah Zimmerman, Sandi Debrand, Lillian Tisdale 

^rd Row (L-R) 

Shirley Giella, Nancy Wagner, Dan Harrell, JoAnn 

Windeler, Ellen Struck, John Stegall 



Cafeteria 

i 1st Row (L-R) 

; Mary Johnson, Barbara Lloyd, Martha Roberts, 
Dorothy Fogle, Yvonne Taylor, Audery Smith, 
LaVita Whatley, Kenny Enhardt (Manager) 



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Services 

Calliope 

ht Rc^v (L-R) 

Ms. F. Petrasek, Mr. T. Brasier 

2,d Row (L R) 

Ms. Gail Whitaker, Mr. J, Welsh, 

Dr. J. Smith, Dr. C. Andrews 



Central Stores 

/.s; Ro\K' (L-Ri 

Terry Samuels, Brian Pierce, 

John Brey, D. Ellis Sandt 





College Union Board 

tst Row (L-R) 

■^ ' Jim Turner, Shelley Carroll, Mimi Georges, Joseph 

Babula, Romie Edenfield, Tonja Moore, Renee 

Hutson, Nick Mueller, Russell Jones, Michael 

Bowman, Bob Daly 



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Services 



Computing, Academic 

' 1st Row (L-R) 

^ Barry Brown, Lisa Bermes, 
Kenny Quick, Ted Schmidt 

, Ziul Row (L-R) 

' Andy Laughlin, Tricia Ray, John Ellett, Stacy 
Ware, Bob Fawcett, Charles R. Murphy Jr., 
Melanie F. Buchheit, Jimmy Guest 




Computing, Administrative 

ts! Row (L-R) 

Susan Foster 

Znd Row (L-R) 

Mark EversoU, Janice Lynch, Diedre Foret 

ird Row (L-R) 

Bob Magnus, Paul Kass 

4th Row (L-R) 

John Cash 




Financial Aid 

1st Row (L-R) 

Anna Marie Priest, Janet Cook, Chnstel 

Morrison, Ellen Shawe 



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Minority Affairs 

1st Rcvi' {L-R) 
Alfred Owens, Jeanette Gardiner 




Masquers 



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Names not available. 

Pictured is the cast of: 

"Picnic on the Battlefield" & 
"The Execution of Garcia Lorca" 




Plant Operations 

hi Row (L-R) 
Judy Grizzard (Sec), Willie Mollis, Len Rozier 

(Director) 

2iui Row (L-R) 

Ray Lopez, Paul Browning, Hugh Justice, Rick 

Boyette (Assist. Dir.), Walter Pollard, Joseph 

Strunk, Henry Williams, Reggie Gooper, Bernard 

MacDougall, Dewey Young, Alphonso Small 

Not Pictured (The itiii'hotoi:,eiitu types) 

Judy Grizzard (Sec), Willie HoUis, Len Rozier 

(Director) 



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Police, Campus 



1st Row (L-R) 

Officer Williams, Officer Morgan 

2nd Row (L-R) 

Chief Lyons, Captain Brown, Officer Merrill, 

Officer Darlington, Officer Rauch, Miss Bennett 

Not Pictured (Out Tichcting Your Car) 

Officer Gordy, Officer Delaigle, Officer Brunner 




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Student Activities 

1st Row (L-R) 

Michelle Thompson (Secretary), 

Al Harris (Director) 







Registration Office 

Isi Row (L-R) 

Cynthia Buskey, Sylvia Prather, Bertis Jones, 

Michele Lee, Sheri Kelly-Belton 

Zend Row (L R) 

Cheryl Tartar,Melanie Mirande, Peter 

Mastopoulos, Rebecca Sinclair. Susannah 

Rockwell, Rhonda Gracen 



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Services 

Student Affairs 

^s; Row (L-R) 
Bill Kelso, Pat Dryden, Lynn Benson, Lorie DurantJ 
Joe Buck, Janis Wells, Pam Walker, Al Harris 



Student Government 
Association 

1st Row (L-R) 

Mildred Georges, Jean-Philippe Monod De 

Froideville, Roger Reddick, Susan Rundbaken, Joey 

Sikes 

2nd Row (L-R) 

Valencia Blandingburg, Sharon Woods, Robert 

Brunn(Tonja's Boyfriend), Vicki Kaplan, Joseph 

Babula (President), Tonja Moore (Robert's 

Girlfriend) 









Student 
Photographic Services 

isi Row (L-R) 

Beverly English, Wendy Pinner, 

Robert Morris, Vicki Watts 

Not Pictured (gettliiji her dinger chniified) 

Dana Danielson 



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Services 

1st Row (L-R) 

Aurelia Roth, Fran Petrasek, Marcy McLendon 

ZndRo\x- (L-R) 

Jarrad Beasley, Doug Walker, Russell Jones 

Not Pictured 

Lone Tiselius (Faculty Tutor), 

Mr. John Welsh (Director), Diane Daniels, 

Chnsti Manley, Sharon Seoane, Bonnie Payne, 

Joan Grendle, Cathy Whitney 



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The Place 
for Papers 



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j The Writing Center wishes to express their sincere gratitude to Dr. Lone Tiselius for her efforts and guidance while 
serving as a Faculty Tutor. She played and integral part in the continuing success of the Writing Center, and she will 
be greatly missed as she returns to her homeland of Sweden at the end of the school year. 

The Writing Center 

I 

The Geechee 




^And Then 

There Were Two 



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1st Rou' (L-R) 

Benjamin Shores (Acting Asst. Editor) 

Russell Jones (Editor) 

Special Thanhs to Clark Kuntz for identifying the bodies 



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1 Blood 









BY CHRIS FOSTER 



THE LOOSEASALONG NECK GOOSE NEWSPAPER • VOLUME LVI, N0.13 • APRIL15J992 

1991-92 Inkwell Staff Voted Best Ever 

'We Own This P/ace/Says Editor, 'YOU CAN'T TOUCH THIS!!!" 

aged by the students of 
ASC, somethingyou don't 
see at other schools. The 
Editorforthe 1991-92 was 
Chris Foster. Together 
with his trusty assistant 
editors, Christopher "I 
Love the Registrar's Of- 
fice" Whitfield and Sandra 
"I'mdoin'it, I'mdoin'it" 
Vinueza, produced the bi- 



QUESTION: 

WJiat job offers as its yerks the 
following: long nights, little f^ay, and 
little or no recognition^ 

No, It's not the ASC President's 
job. It is a position on the hardest 
working little newspaper on campus. 
The hihwell is written, edited, and man- 




Editor 

caught 

with his 

pants 

down... 

Literally! 

( hris Foster tin.illy 

nal^bed in plot to 

overthrow student 

government; 

Bullwinkle and 

Rocky save the 

day: 

"I would hcivc 

(lone it too, h,id it 

not been for th,U 

meddling moose!" 




/n/cvve// staff takes out ihcir frustrations on a helpless editor 

weekly newspaper whose goal was to inform the 
students of what the hell was going on around here. 

With a trusty staff of ten or so writers, The Inkwell 
delved into such hot topics as discrimination on cam- 
pus, the best of Armstrong, and many other events 
that are just too numerous to mention. 

Foster felt that the newspaper was a rousing 
success: 

"With all due respect to tnv jnevicus editorial collegues: 
YOU CANT TOUCH THIS!!!" •> 



Beverly English 




Morgan Woodcock 


Aurelia Roth 




Russell Jones 


Melanie Buchheit 
Jim Bradley 


Staff 


Marella Poticny 
Kelly Swain 


Duane Georges 




Jacinda Gulley 


Renee Hutson 




Steve Nevarez 


Erin Bauman 


Micki Lee, Advisor 





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Things Happen... 

Usually 

For the most part, all the student 
activities that were planned for the 
'91-'92 school year actually happened. 
Some events, like the Beach Bash, 
were relatively successful; some how- 
ever, were dismal failures, such as The 
Rhythm Corp concert. Some things 
went as usual, and some things didn't 
happen at all. No matter what, we 
were there, even if it was cancelled! 










Alcohol Awareness 



Remember the previous year when there were wrecked cars on the front lawn of the 
schoolv Remember this year when we put all that energy into Alcohol Awareness Week when 
we... humm... you know, we... remember... didn't we... 



And now for something 
completely different. 





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ASC 



Alcohol Awareness 



Now hold on just a minute! I know we had something planned. Let me think. 

(thinkmg) Oh yea! We had a Mocktail 

Party! You know, alternative drinks! Yea, we set up... No, wait, that was last year! 




And now for something 
completely different. 




And that, my friend, is why you are waiting tables, and a star like myself 
Will never do more than one show a night. 



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ASC Birthday Party 




v_>j'Mcuaii L' r Ku. I liicu gives the Sign that he 
no stray broccoli or bullets have hit him yet! 



OK. this event happened. Barely. 

Comedian Erik Kornfield played to the lunch crowd 
inside the cafeteria. It was not a pretty sight as he was 
unable to capture the attention of a crowd forcing down 
a bunch of food they payed too much for in the first 
place. 

He boldly continued his failing performance through 
the clanking of dishes and the inattention of the crowd, 
and made what must have been record time for a come- 
dian arriving and departing the campus. By the by, the 
College Union Board paid a handsome sum of money to 
this guy for his appearance. 

On a good note, the cake was good. And free, too! 




Tonja Moore and Renee Hutson gave out the 
cake and juice. This part of the celebration 
was rather successful. 



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Faculty Appreciation 



Hey, we know the ASC Birthday Party is given two 
pages in the table of contents, but seeings how it was 
such a raging success that inspired such an abundance of 
great prose and beautiful pictures, we strangely enough 
found ourselves with an extra page. 

The Faculty Appreciation Cookout, held at the end 
of the school year, was, in contrast, a success. This event 
was sponsored by the Student Government Association, 
and all faculty was invited to come have a dinner cooked 
up by the students. 

On the menu were items such as hamburgers, hot 
dogs, baked beans, macaroni salad, potato (that's with- 
out an "e" on the end, Mr. Vice-President) chips, and 
brownies. 

The turnout was pretty good, and all those involved 
seemed to have a good time. 

There were also plenty of brownies left over. Suffice 
it to say that not one of the left over brownies made it to 
a trash can. (Burp... excuse me.) 




Russell Jones and James McGraw ty to cook the taculiy's 
food faster than Joseph Babula and Tonja Moore can eat it. 



Kelly Swam, Stacy Ware & Renee Hutson 
I serve faculty member. . . Tonja Moore? Hey, 
wait a minute! 




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Beach Bash lll-D 



Hurry Renee, 
Hurry! 

Once again, the students of Armstrong State College 
descended upon Spanky's Beachside on Tybee Island for 
the annual Beach Bash! Once again, it was a smashing 
good time! 

The first hundred or so students got free hats, t- 
shirts, and. more importantly, food. Around 12:30, the 
games began. From racing while wearing flippers and a 
plastic duck to playing tug-of-war, everyone had a good 
time. 

It's a safe bet a lot of people will be back next year. 















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This was the cnme scene. 



Kinda' makes you hope she won, doesn't it? 



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Beach Bash lll-D 



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That guy in the back worked 
hard all year to attain that 
cigarette smokin'. brewskie 
dnnkin', buffed beachcomer 
look for the summer. 



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Beach Bash lll-D 



With great anticipation, and a little 

uncertainty, he walked toward her, took 

a drink of courage and opened the 

bottle of Coppertone*. 




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Secret Agent Steve Nevarez orders a 
round for the guys. 





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CHAOS 



Communication, Help, Advisement, Orientation & Service 



Each year, just before the start of fall quar- 
ter, a bunch of students get together to plan out 
a way to make the incoming Freshmen, and all 
the new students, feel comfortable about com- 
ing to Armstrong. This group of students, with 
the help of Student Affairs Directors Dr. Buck 
and Dr. Kelso, along with Student Activities 
Director All Harris, puts together a campus tour 
package that acquaints incoming students with 
the college, gets them pre-registered, shows 
them where their classes are, makes them aware 
of the many offerings on campus, and then ends 
the day by entertaining them with comedy skits 
that say something useful about Armstrong. 
The CHAOS program has always been a huge 
success. The students who participate are to be 
commended. 




Steve Nevarez: "Ohhh, yeeeaaaaaahhhhhhhh!' 



Bnen McGlynn 

advises 

incoming 

students 

about their 

schedules 




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CHAOS 



Communication, Help, Advisement, Orientation & Service 



Traci Love and Joseph Babula 

render their adaptation of 

"Driving Miss Daisy." 



Steve Nevarez and Chris Foster 

act the part of two nerds on 

campus. Like that v\/as a stretch. 




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Faculty Lecture Series 

The Faculty Lecture Series provides a forum for Armstrong State College's teachers to report on 
original research, to investigate subjects of special interest and to present classroom lecture 
topics that deserve a wider audience. The series also offers an opportunity for members of the 
local community to discover and share the assets of the college that lie beyond the classroom. 

Oct. 3 

The Quaint and Curious Persian Gulf War 

Dennis Murphy, Department of Government 

Though the Persian Gulf War ranked high in newsworthiness. it directly touched few American lives. The indirect effects, however, are of great 
moment. This talk will examine the reasons the war was fought, the way it was fought, and the long-term consequences of its nebulous conclusion. 

Oct. 24 

The Resurrection of Frattkettsteitt 

Lorie Roth, Department of Languages, Literature, and Dramatic Arts 

Like the monster resurrected in countless Frankenstein movies, so too the novel on which the Frankenstein stories are based has lately been reanimated. 
Originally written 1 75 years ago by an eighteen-year-old pregnant unmarried woman, the bookFraiikensiein died quickly and was buried by the literary 
establishment for over 160 years. This lecture will discuss the premature burial and the renewed life of Mary WoUstonecraft Shelley's novel 
Frankenstein. 

Nov. 14 

Oxygen and Oxidation 

Cedric Stratton, Department of Chemistry and Physics 

Nobel Laureate Linus Pauling studied chemical bonds, using accurate caloric information on heat generated in different 
reactions. He devised a formula which developed a single number for each element (called electronegativity) which he used 
as a predictor for a wide variety of chemical phenomena. This lecture/demonstration will present several rapid and 
spectacular oxidations, with comments. Positively no mathematics needed. 

Jan. 9 

Ecology of Salt Marshes 

Kenneth Relyea, Department of Biology 

The Atlantic Coast of the United States, and especially Georgia, has extensive salt marsh estuarine ecosystems. These salt 
marshes are extremely productive of living matter and are a link between terrestrial and marine ecosystems. This presentation 
will explore the importance and ecology of salt marshes. 

Jan ,30 

Wage Craft and the Measure of Man in Plato's Ref^ublic 

Tom Cooksey, Department of Languages, Literature, and Dramatic Arts 

All people seek their own advantage, says Thrasymachus the Sophist. To counter this, Socrates introduces the 
distinction between the craft itself (icclinc) and the parallel craft of wages {niisilioiiiihos tcclinc). The latter seeks its »^ 
own advantage to support and maintain the practice of the former. What seems a facile ploy is in fact crucial to J^ 
Socrates' conception of justice, opening an ethical space that explores what it means to be a human being. ,• 

Feb. 20 

The United States Economy and Global Competitiveness 

Yassaman Saadatmand and John Kearnes, Departnient of Government 

The rise of Japan, the economic integration of Europe, and the deindustnalization of the United States have transformed the 
American economy. Almost every day a U.S. company is forced to trade its leading-edge technology to a foreign corporation for 
cash to stay alive. At issue is how the United States will face this global competition. The lecture will survey the various approaches 
which have been suggested to help the United States maintain its position in the global market place. 

Mar. 12 

The Fifth Annual Sebastian Dangerfield St. Patrick's Week Lecture and Irish 

Coffee Reception 

Frank Clancy, Department of Languages, Literature, and Dramatic Arts 

Presented in honor of Sebastian Dangerfield. the saintly hero of Donleavy's The i'.nii^cr Ahin, this lecture will 
resurrect a twentieth century Irish writer. Again this year the talk will be followed by an Irish coffee reception 
those who continue to resist the temptations of the flesh and to praise the life of the unspotted spirit. 



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Apr. 16 

Issachar Jacox Roberts: A Missionary Maverick in China 
George Pruden, Department of History 

The Rev. Mr. Roberts (1802-71) served as a Baptist missionary to Clhina from 1837 to 1867, a period of dramatic changes in China's relationship with 
western powers. Roberts was from Tennessee, the American frontier at that time, and he exemplified the independent spirit of his background. He 
was one of the pioneers in American Protestant missions to China, and his checkered career reflected cultural tensions within the United States as 

well as in its relations with China. 

May 7 

Heavy Metal: Toxic Metal Poisoning in Fact and Fiction 
James Byrd, Department of Chemistry and Physics 

Since antiquity, toxic metals and metalloids have been tools of the trade of poisoners in both life and literature. These substances {e.g. , arsenic and mercury) 
, also have many household and industrial uses that can lead to accidental exposure resulting in sickness or death. From the Mad Hatter to Minamata, from 
Emma Bovary to Velma Barfield, examples of intentional and unintentional poisonings from history and literature will be examined to determine which 
is stranger, truth or fiction. 

;May 21 

The Politics of American Literature 

Carol Andrews, Department of Languages, Literature, and Dramatic Arts 

During the sixties and seventies, as a result of the Civil Rights and feminist movements, American literary scholars began to rediscover writers 
previously lost, forgotten, or suppressed. Although this movement has made important contributions to our understanding of American experience, 
recent campus disputes have raised the question of whether such a movement can go too far. This talk will attempt to determine whether "political 
correctness" furthers or subverts the aims of literary criticism. 

All lectures are presented on Thursdays at 12 noon in the 
< ^ f f/rn ASC Health Professions Auditorium. Public invited. 




Special Tthanks to Micki Lee 



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Carrot Top! 



After the performance 

Ronnie Edenfield. June 

Viruet. Carrot Top & 

Stella Serp.; 



EaHy in the perfromance. 




In contrast to the comedian that played the 
college's birthday party, this guy was funny! 

Carrot Top help the lunch crowd in the 
cafeteria spell-bound in stitches as he showed off 
boxes full of rediculous inventions. From a dog 
already attached to a frishbee to a oversized ball 
and chain, he kept the audience laughing for over 
an hour. 

He wrapped up the show with a medely of 
impersonations, the finale of which was an 
amzingly convincing impersonation of Mick Jagger 
of teh Rolling Stones. 

This guy was worth every penny. If he 
comes back this year, go see him. If you want to 
bring him back, drop by the Student Activities and 
tell them so. 



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Carrot Top! 







"Look! 

It's the 

Wendy Y 

chickr 



Props were everywhere! 




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Graduation 





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Graduation 



On June 12, 1992, at 

''iSOpm, all that hard work payed 

\ off. Congratulations... 

and good luck! 




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Mocktail Party 



Yes, we know this event was part of Alcohol Awarness Week, and we already said that 
didn't happen, but hey. we had two pages reserved for this event early in the year, and it was 
too late to change it! We simply report things as they happened. Or didn't happen, as the case 
may be. 



And now for something 
completely different. 





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Mocktail Party 

In case you're wondering, a Mocktail Party is when you make great tasting drinks, but no 

alchohol is allowed. Usually the school has a contest to see who can make the best tastmg 

drink, prizes are awarded and so forth, and everybody has a good time. Well, maybe next year. 




And now for something 
completely different. 




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Registration 



An exercise in patience as you wait, and wait, 
and wait, and wait, and wait ... 





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Registration 




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Rhythm Corp 



Although you couldn't tell it by the 
turnout, this band was great. CUB I 
booked the Fine Arts building, but it |{ 




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Who's Who 



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Reprinted with permission of The Inkwell fronn a 
staff report dated November 13, 1991 . 




Joseph K. Babula, the son of Matilda S. Babula of 
Entebbe, Uganda, is a senior majoring in criminal 
justice. He currently serves as the President of the 
Student Government Association (SGA), as well as 
the Chairman of the College Union Board (CUB). 
He IS also a CHAOS leader, President of the Inter- 
national Club, and is active in intramural sports. 



Melanie F. Bucheit, the daughter of 

Frank A. and Barbara W. Buchheit, is a 

computer science major at ASC. She has 

been awarded numerous scholarships 

during her time at Armstrong, including 

the ASC Engineering Scholarship, the 

Savannah Volunteer Guards Scholarship, 

and the Tom Ulman Scholarship. She is a 

member of the ASC Engineering Society, 

the Intramural Council, and of St. James 

Catholic Church, where she also taught 

Tiny Tots Sunday School. Buchheit is 

also a four-year participant in Army 

Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC), 

and she has been an assistant to the 

Director of Intramurals at ASC. 




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Who's Who 



Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 

The Armstrong State College Students Activities Committee announced the acceptance of 
eleven ASC seniors to the 1992 Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities. These students were selected from the ASC community on the basis of their grade 
: point average, leadership positions held, involvement in college and community activities 
and personal interviews. 



Christopher Foster, the son of Grady W. Foster, 

is pursuing an English degree with minors in art 

and physical science. He is currently the Editor of 

The Inkwell, where he also served in the past as the 

Associate Editor, Sports Editor, and staff writer. HE 

is a CHAOS leader, and he also serves as an Arts 

and Science Senator in SGA. Other positions in 

SGA include President Pro-Tempore, Chairman of 

the Student Services Committee, and a member of 

the Finance Committee. 





Sherry Lynn Mesaros, the daughter of Richard and Carol A. 
Mesaros, is currently majoring in chemistry. She has been 
awarded numerous scholarships including the Savannah Jay- 
cees Scholarship, the ASC Alumni Scholarhip, and the Proter 
Pierpont Rotary Education Fund Scholarships. She is a mem- 
ber of the Biology Club, the Joel H. Hilderbrand Chemistry 
Honor Society, and the Phi Eta Sigma Natyional Honor Soci- 
ety, and the ASC American Chemical Society Student Affili- 
ated chapter, where she served as Treasurer. 



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Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 



Nicholas R. Mueller, the son of Suzanne A. Smith and Robert 
W. Mueller, is a general studies major at ASC. He is currently 
an advisor for CUB, and he has been a past member of numer- 
ous CUB committees, including the Special Events Committee 
and Rock Me Productions. He has also served as a past Chair- 
man of the Special Events Committee of CUB. He is a founding 
member of Phi Sigma Chi, a past Resident Assistant in the ASC 
Domitories, and has competed in intramural sports while at 

ASC. 





Frances C. Petrasek is a senior at ASC majoring in English. 
She is currently the Assistant Editor of the Calliope, ASC's 
literary magazine, and she is the President of the Armstrong 
Hispanic Society. She is a Lector at Blessed Sacrament Catho- 
lic Church, and has served on the Social Committee at the St. 
James Catholic Church. She also won first place in the English 
201/222 essay competition in 1990. 




Joseph Keith Purvis, the son of Colonel Joseph H. and Susie 
E. Purvis Jr., is a political science major. He is a member of the 
ASC Student Court, and is currently the Cadet Battalion 
Commander of the Army ROTC at ASC. He is a certified 
instructor of CPR for the American Red Cross, and he is ac- 
tive with his church as a church youth director, a Sunday 
school teacher, and a member of the church choir. 




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Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 




Susan Lynn Rundbaken, the daughter of Sol and Barbara 
Rundbaken, is a computer science major at ASC. She is cur- 
rently an Arts and Science Senator in SGA, and had served as 
the Parlimentarian of the Senate. She is active on campus 
with the Masquers, The Geechee, Phi Eta Sigma, Epsilon 
Delta Pi, and is currently the Vice-President of the Data Pro- 
cessing Management Association. Off-campus she is involved 
with the Rape Crisis Center, the Savannah Speech and Hear- 
ing Center, the Young Men's Christian Association, and the 
Community Theatre. 



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John Dickens, the son of Joanne Dickens, is majoring in psychology. He is a past CHAOS leader, and has 
served as a Sophomore Senator in SGA. He is a past President and Vice-President of Phi Sigma Chi, a local 
social fraternity. He was the captain of the ASC Cheerleaders, as well as a team member for three years. 
Dickens has also been active in the community, participating in various drug pep rallies and fund-raisers for 
the Safe Shelter of Savannah. 

Jude Elizabeth Mathews, the daughter of Louis C. Mathews, is a senior majoring in chemistry. She is a 
member of the Joel H. Hildebrand Chemistry Honor Society, the Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society, the 
Biology Club, and the American Chemical Society, where she serves as President. She is active in intramural 
sports, as well as with Project: Dawn, a volunteer group of physicians and health professionals that render 
aid to South America. Mathews is also active in her community with the Special Olympics, the City Night 
Shelter, and the St. Vincent DePaul Society. 

Benjamin Roy Smith, the son of Roy and Diane Smith, is a Pre-Med Chemisty major. He is the President 
of the American Chemical Society, and a member of the Joel H. Hilderbrand Society. He is also active with 
the American Chemical Society, the Pembroke Hometown Task Force, and the 4-H. He also is a chemisty 
tutor in the chemistry lab. 



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At Work & Play 

Hangif/ Out At The Savannah Mall 



Karen Crawford works the cosmetic 
counter at 6e/ks 





Craig Kozlowski hard at work at 
Toucan Chariie's. 



Allen Caughran behind the 




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At Work & Play 

Hangin' Out At The Savannah Mall 




Leigh Ann Calhoun takes tinne out from 

doing her Physical Science labs to pick out 

an outfit fronn banana Republic 



John DecatA/alho pushes the books at 
Walden Books. 



computer at Babbages. 





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Student Art Exposition 

Chris Foster took home top honors in the Student Art Exposition. The following three 
pages represent some of his outstanding work. Congratulations, Chris. 




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New Faces on Campus 

The following pages represent those who 

had the courage to take that first step 

towards a college degree: overcoming 

obstacles and enrolling. Time and 

motivation are now all that stands between 

them and their individual goals. 

A side note to the freshmen: There are 

classes outside of Gamble and Hawes Halls. 

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Kimberly Carabotta 
Jackie Carter 




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Kate Chandler 



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Diane Coleman 



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Larry Collins II 

Marty Connelley 

Catherine Cooper 



Clint Cowart 

Tonya Craig 

Misty Crapps 





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Chansse Crawford 



Patrick Daniel 



Margo Daniels 



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Norwood Davidson 
Dawn Davis 
Janice Davis 



Karen Davis 
Tara Davis 
Janet Deloach 



Tracy Dickerson 



Dori Dixon 



Charlene Donald 




Cynthia Drummond 



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Diana Eubanks 

Mark Fennell 



Rudy Fontanez 

Judith Frampton 

Jean-Philipe Monod 
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Doug George 



Buffie M. Gideon 



Mary Godbee 



Stephanie Griner 



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Kathryn Haines 
Linda Harbold 
Margie Harkins 




Nick Hudson 



Melissa Jackson 



Melissa Jakeman 



Kelly Johnson 



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Kim Jones 

Robbie Jones 



Judy Justice 

Leslie Keller 

Mary Killian 





Maki Koike 



Tracy Krukowsky 



Patricia Lacey 



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Pam Langston 
Stephen Leavins 
Angela Lee 



Noah Lenovitz 
Sandra Lumpkin 
Allison Lyons 




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Michele Marable 



Aphrus Marrs 



Stanley Martin 



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Kenneth Murray 



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Jenny Plucker 



Scott Ragland 



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Kimya Richards 
Donald Robinson 
Gary Round 



Deborah Sawyers 
Krista Scheider 

Juhe Scott 




Tonya Scott 



Stella Serpa 



Debra Sharp 



Rebekah Sigler 



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Paul Smith 



Christopher Stafford 




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Daniel Torney 



Angela Ulengchong 




David Veitch 



Maggie Wagoner 



Nell Wall 



Daniel Whetstone 




Crystal Wilder 



Robert Wiley 



Loletia Williams 



Melissa Zehe 



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(b^m, b3.m, b3.n1) . . . 

After a few good grades, maybe one grade 

that's not so good (probably in math!), this 

group represents those who have started to 

focus on their career goals. They've started 

to declare majors, and have even taken a few 

courses outside of Gamble or Hawes Halls. 




Sophomore Class 










Erin Bauman 

Jack Beaty, Jr. 

Stephanie Beaty 





Celio Best 




Belinda Bouiigny 




Robert Brunn 


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Diane Campbell 




Karen Crapse 




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Jennifer Crumley 
Melanie Deason 
Jenefer DeRoy 



Pam DeVries 
Marguerite Dismukes 
Kathy Donaldson 



Michelle Dubberly 
Shawn Finnerty 
Brian Foreman 



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Diedre Foret 

Sharon Frazier 

Ralph Garginlo 



Diana Goldsmith 



Jim Griner 
Gary Guillory 



Julie Harwell 



Ma-Felicidad Helstein 



Kim Heppner 




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E.G. Hern 
Daniel Hodgkins 
John Hoffman 



Corazon Holbrook 



Linda Hulette 



Russell Jones 



Vicki Kaplan 
Herbert Katamba 
Jennifer Kelly 



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Kelley Lauridsen 

Dionne Lewis 



Jerry Lindsey, Jr. 
Tammy Lynn 
Jack Maxwell 





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Stacy McClam 
Joyce McCIendon 
Michell McComb 



Cynthia McGuire 
Willie Michael 
William Micke 



Shannon Mikell 



John Mims 

Shyam Mirchandani 



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Sophomore Class 




Shelly Morgan 

Masaya Nishibori 

Nathan Nowlin 



Win Ohn 

Terry Osborne 

Joseph Puelan 



Sandra Rice 

Linda Roper 

Michael Rundbaken 




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Brenadette Salter 
J. Neal Scott, Jr. 
Rhonda Sears 




Andrea Stembridge 
Sara Stembridge 
Daun Stringfellow 



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Faye J. Viruet 

Dina Vogel 



Erika Walker 

Kathleen Warbington 

Kimberly Whitfield 



Kristi Whittal 
Vickie Williams 
Destiny Wright 




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Almost There! 

Finally, after sucessfully negotiating the 

blindingly black halls of education which 

comprised their freshman and sophomore 

years, these students can see the light at the 

end of the tunnel. It's a faint light, to be 

sure, but a light nonetheless. One more year 

and these vacation years of college, plagued 

by poverty, will be replaced by the real 

world and honest work, and its rewards 

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Elizabeth Ambrose 

Gail Arnold 



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Tracy Barrenbrugge 

Lisa Bermes 



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Christopher Canicatti 




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Tammy Carpenter 
Ronald Carroll 
Allen Caughran 



Teresa Christian 
Wendy Collette 
Bob Daly 



John Decarualho 
Jackilyn Dyal 
Romie Edenfield 



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Robin Holmes 
Michael Hopton 
Patricia Howell 



Renee Hutson 



Belinda Jackson 
Antoinette Johnson 



Reginald Johnson 
Kim Kersey 
Carl Lamar 



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Traci Love 

Marie Mboule 



Max McCue 



Renae McEwen 



LaTresa McNeal 



Amy Miles 

Moreland Miller 

Tonja Moore 




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Scott Morgan 
Glenn Moscoso 
Owen Murry, Jr. 



Steve Nevarez 
Frank Norris 
Wendy Peek 



Joy Perry 

Marva-Ann Phillips 
Nicole Prescott 



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Patricia Ray 

Roger Reddick 

Sabrina Roberds 



Wendy Rozelle 

Darlene Rumph 

Paula Sanders 



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Philipp Schertel 

Lara Shatto 




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Renee Simmons 



Kenneth Smith 



Lorna Smith 



Marc Solomon 
Doug Spinks 
Stephanie Stapleton 



Deborah Strickland 
Teresa Vincent 
Stacey Ware 



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Lou Whitfield-Laner 



Wallete Widener 



Alice Wilder 
Cynthia Williams 
Jeanette Williams 





Jamye Willis 



Annette Young 



Jacqueline Young 



Rusty Zittrauer 



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The Class of 1992 

Whether it was for two years, three 
years, or four years, they've made it. 
From English 101 up to the 400 level 
courses, the following pages show the 
people who had the skill, determina- 
tion and perserverance to earn their 
degree. Good luck, and to borrow a 
phrase from Dennis Miller, "These 
people are outta' here!'' 




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Krista Akins 
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Terri Amerson 
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Cheryl D. Andrews 
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Ben Armstronr, 
Health Sciciiii 

Joseph Babul.i 
C'riimiial Justin 



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Senior Class 




Paul Beddow 

History 

Daniel Blitch 11 
Criniiiml Justice 



Rochelle Bohn 
A.D.N. 

Anne Brasier 
Elciucnti'iry Education 



Tobias Brasier 

Gregory Deese 
Cnnuihil Justice 




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Cindy Delk 
A.D.N 

Jennifer Dove 
Fine An^ 




Jennifer Eckhart 
hlcincmary RJucdticr. 

Joey Ferrarci 

Chemistry 




Jimmy Feugei 
Political SciciiCi 

Chris Fostci 

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Mimi Georges 
Political Science 

Guy Guiiter 
Chemistry 



Cynthia Halas 
Biology 

Elaine Hall 
Biology 



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Christine Hemrich 
Psychology 

Harry Helmly 
A.D.N. 




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Wensley Hobby 



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Andrea Kelly 
English 

Tonda Lane 
Dental Hygeine 



Stephanie Lucree 
App'iied Math 

Peter Mastopoulas 
Historv 



Tom Maxwell 
Criminal Justice 



Astra McDowell 

A liddle School Education 



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Nicholas Mueller 
Cencnil Stiuiies/English 

Tina Nafria 
Cciicral Studio 



1992 



Brian Neasc 
Cliennsir\ 

Robin Nichols 
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1992 



Michelle O'Donncll 
Psyclioloii\ 



Sandra On 
Criiniiidl Jnsiici 



1992 




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Senior Class 




Hugh Osborne 
1 1 1^1 cry 

Rebecca Osborne 

Ediicntiou 



1992 



Rebecca Phillips 
Chemistry 

Rachel Potter 

Bioloi^y 



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Michelle Prout 
/\( uHology/Biology 

Janalyn Pruitt 

Criniiiidl Justice 



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Senior Class 



Keith Purvis 
Political Science 

Kevin Ray 

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Debra Rexroad 
A.D.S. 

Stefan-Charles Saboura 
Ale^icdl Technologv 



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Sheila Smith 
Fdewetuary Education 

Steve Smith 
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Senior Class 




Wilhemina Smith 

Chemistry 

Mark Stroud 
Physical Edmatiou 



Demitri Tambourlas 
PsychologV 

Shirley Templet 

Ans/Gencral Studies 






Barbara Turk 

Art Education 

Jerry Welsh II 
Physiology 




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Senior Class 



Melissa Whetstone 
B.S.i\ 

Glen A. Williams 
Politiciil Science 



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Rhonda Wingate 
English 

Sheron Woods 
B.S.N 



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Tammy Yeary 
Middle School Lducation 



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Around Campus 




Marnie MacMillan returns one to Katherine 
Hauck on the Armstrong Tennis Courts. 




Andre Duke and Craig Chambers. These guys play ball so well they should 
never hide there faces. 





Environmentally conscious transportation. 




The Rundbakens. They look alike, don't they? 

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Coolin' out between class. 






They smile now, but wait till Dr. Kearnes gives 
them their syllabus for the quarter. 



Mike Sang. Check out the umbrella. Doesn't 
look like an ASC logo to us. 




Kyle Perkins drives one home for his daddy, 
Kenneth. 




Walter Pollard, originator of the practice 
of yelling "Cee" during the A-S-C cheer 



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Daniel Hodgkins playing around. 




Making another bowl for a Japanese restaurant? 





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Picture time, everybody look busy! 




Kim, It's in! 



June, use the stairs! 




Those Who Know and 
Are Willing To Share! 

These are the people who provide you with 

the information you need to succeed. What 

can really be said that is adequate. 

Hey thanks guys! 

Officers of the Kremlin 




Dr. Robert Burnett Dr. Frank Butler 
Pres hie n t Vice - Prcs ide n t, 

Dean of Faculty 



Mr. John Stegall Dr. Joseph Buck 

Vice-President Vice-President 

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Dr. M. Walworth, Ms. Sisson, Dr. B.A. Battiste, 

''Dr. Pam Harwood 

2iui Row (L-R) 

Dr. Cosgrove, Dr. E. Bjorn, Dr. P. Ball, 

Ms. S. White, Dr. Dandy 

3r./ Row (L-R) 

Dr. s. Lloyd Newberry, Dr. Burgess, Dr. Hobe, 
Dr. Galloway, Dr. Turnipseed, Dr. Schollaert, 

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Dr. Roger Council 
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Dean Megathiin 



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ist Row (L-R) 

Vicky Harrell, Lynn Roberts, Ginny Knorr 
ZiuiRow (L-R) 

Clyde Oliver, Dr. Larry Tapp, Dianne Lane, 
Betty Ford, Griff Mills, Dr. Michael Lariscy. 
Darrell Stevens, Jeff Coleman 




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Mr. Ben Lee 

Dc\\\rtmcni Head 




Dean Mcgaihlin 



Library Services 



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Susan Abercrombie, Judy Dubus, Ben Lee 

2ihi Rc»' (L-R) 

Jean Meyer, Bea Taylor, Karen Hegland, Jeri 

Fahrenbach, Caroline Hopkinson, John Simpson, 

Shirly Goodson 

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Doug Frazier, Tobias A. Brasier 




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Dr. James Anderson 
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Dean Adams 



Art and Music 

1st Ro^r (L-R) 

Dr. Kevin Vogelsang, Dr. Melissa Livengood, Dr. 

Lucinda Schultz, Dr. Kenneth Bowles, Rachel 

Green 

Zid Row (L-R) 

Dr. Robert Harris, Dr. James Anderson, John 

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Dcf'artmeiit Head 



Dean Adams 



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Dr. L.]. Guillou, Dr. Kenneth Relyea, 

Mrs. Moonyean S. Brower, Ms. Pam Smith 

2,ui Rcw (L-R) 

Dr. Brett Larson, Dr. Roger Tilley, 

Dr. Francis M. Thome, Dr. Ronald Beumer, 

Dr. Al Pingel 




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Arts/Sciences 






Dr. Harris 
Dcj'artmcut Head 



Dean Adams 



Chemistry and Physics 

!it Row (L-R) 

Dr. Byrd, Ms. Buskey, Dr. Baker, Dr. Hizer, Mr. 

Jaynes, Dr. Harris, Dr. Brewer, Ms. Carpentar, Dr. 

Baumann, Mr. Martin, Dr. Kolodny, 

Dr. Zipperer, Dr. Whiten 

Not Pictured {In the lab working on vet another Kool-Aui Fonnida) 
Dr. Stratton 




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Dr. Maryellen Cosgrove; 
Role Model in the 
Education Department 



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a student. 





take time with a student. 



Dr. Cosgrove's higli energy method of teaching keeps many students 
enthused about their futures in education. 

Born and raised in Connecticut, Dr. Cosgrove exudes energy and vitality. 

Her rapid fire verbal delivery is but one of the signs indicating she has a great 

deal to say about her field of study and instruction. She is passionate when she 

speaks of Education and, in particular, the approach to teaching the educational 

development of a child. 
Graduating from the University of Connecticut, Dr. Cosgrove received a 
B.S. in Elementary Education. She attained a Masters in Elementary Education/ 
Learning Disabilities in just one year while teaching first grade! She then com- 
pleted her sixth year Professional Certificate in Elementary Education/Gifted 
and Talented. With a Doctorate as her goal, Dr. Cosgrove was a determined 
student receiving her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction/Reading Adminis- 
tration which was also from the University of Connecticut. 
Prior to accepting a position with Armstrong, Dr. Cosgrove taught in 
the Connecticut State University system and at American International Col- 
lege in Massachusetts. After her interview with Armstrong, Dr. Cosgrove was 
impressed with the school, the faculty, and with the "comfortable" feeling. Key 
in her decision to accepting the position was the cooperation and focus on 
assistance she found among the faculty. She decided Armstrong was where she 
wanted to teach. Dr. Cosgrove is an active member of many professional orga- 
nizations and is the President of the Beaufort County Reading Association. She 
is devoted to the improvement of reading instruction and the promotion of the 
Hfetime reading habits through her teaching, writing, and presentations. 
Balancing a life which includes both family and a career, Dr. Cosgrove 
sets the standard of devotion for education students to emulate. Her dedication 
to education goes far beyond mere teaching. She feels strongly, without reading 
there is no math, science, social studies, or even communication. Her philoso- 
phy and goal is to help produce teachers in whom she can entrust the education 
of the young minds, as well as the education of her own children. Initially 
impressed with the Armstrong faculty, her efforts and cooperation have made 

her an invaluable part of Armstrong State College 

Clark Kuntz 



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Mrs. Cyndee Geoffrey 

Dci'iinment Head 



Developmental Studies 

isi Row (L-R) 

Cyndee Geoffrey, Shelly Morris (stud, worker), 

Karl Harris, Margaret Morrison 

Znd Ron' (L-R) 

Lee Jones, Ed Richardson, Carolyn Smith, 
Gene Sims (Sec), Beth Childress, Donna Diaz, 

Dianne Jones 







Dun Adams 



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Arts/Sciences 

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Dr. Hurley 
Department I lead 



pean Adams 



Government 

1st Row (L-R) 

Dr. M. Palmiotto, Dr. Y. Saadatmand, 

Dr. J. Kearnes, Dr. S. Ealy, Dr. D. Murphy 

2mi Row (L-R) 

Mr. G. Brown, Dean W. Megathlin, 

Dr. L. Hurley, Dr. S. Rhee 







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Dr. Warlick 
Dei'anmcnt Head 






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Dean Adat 



History 

1st Row (L-R) 
Dr. Warlick, Geri Clark, Dr. Duncan 

Ziid Row (L-R) 

Mr. Comaskey, Dr. Arens, Dr. Stone, Dr. Gross, 

Dr. Lanier, Mr. Fodor, Dr. Pruden 

Not Pictured (Too busy bleeding red ink all over your term paf^er) 

Dr. Babits, Ms. Brown. Dr. Patterson 




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Arts/Sciences 



*)ean Adams 



Dr. Strozier ^ 

Dci'iirtiiiciU I Icihl • 



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Language, Literature & 
Dramatic Arts 

1st Row (L-R) 

Dr. L. Roth, Ms. Peggy Horn, Ms. D. Luster, 

Mr. F. Clancy, Dr. R. Raymond, Dr. C. Andrews, 

Ms. L Davis, Dr. K. HoUinger, Dr. S. Manderson, 

Mr. G. Fodor 

2nd Row (L-R) 

Mr. D. Daassa, Dr. R. Strozier, Ms. A. Snyder, Dr. 

R. Nordquist, Mr. J. Welsh, Dr. W. Beasley, Dr. D. 

Noble, Dr. J. Smith, Dr. T. Cooksey, Mr. M. 

Jenkins, Dr. H. Brown, Mr. W. Martin 




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Dr. Carol Andrews; 
English Inspiration 

By far, the true test of an excellent teacher lies not solely upon his/her knowledge of the 
subject, but the ability to interest others in the subject. The monumental task of educating 
and cultivating minds of the future rests in the hands of teachers; and steadfast dedication and 
belief in one's cause and effect as a teacher is crucial to a professor's success. A true educator 
can capture their students' attention with wit, knowledge, and enthusiasm, and pass along to 
them an fired energy to learn and a new desire to seek out more information. More informa- 
tion means more knowledge. Knowledge means power. Power breeds success. All the pieces 
can fall into place for an upcoming student because they happened into one excellent teacher. 
Such teachers are rare. Such teachers are indispensable. Dr. Carol Andrews is such a teacher. 

Dr. Andrews' field of specialty is Modern American & British Literature (1890 -), and any 
English Major on campus will tell you she knows what she's talking about when she's talking 
about literature. But what make her even more valuable is her ability to interest students in 
literature who are not English Majors. All freshman have to take core English courses, and 




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''Life is not just TV, You can and 
should incorporate books into 
your life, not just in class, but all 
sorts of ways/' 



Dr. Andrews discusses her views with Dr. Stone after 
giving her faculty lecture. 



there's always that chance they will luck into 
Dr. Andrews' class during one of those quarters. 
Trying to take the mind of someone numbed 
by the previous night's version of "The 
Simpsons" and interesting them in Oedipus 
Rex is no easy task, yet Dr. Andrews often 
meets with success. Once that interest has been 
captured, she easily maintains it into upper 
level courses, offering great insights, and inspir- 
ing great insights, into major works ranging 
from "A Raisin In The Sun" to The Sound and 
The Fury . 

Originally from Macon, Ga., Cheryl An- 
drews earned her Ph.D. from Vanderbuilt. She 
had stints as a teacher and lecturer at other 
colleges, but finally ended up here at Armstrong 
State. People, count your blessings, you're a 
lucky lot. 

Russell Jones 




Taking time out in front of the library to field stundents' questions. 



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Dr. Wheeler 
Dcj'iXniuciit Hcciti 



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Math & Computer Science 

1st Row (Front to Back) 

Dr. Charles Shipley, Ms. Gia Hinman, 

Mr. Bob Matthews, Mr. Steve Jodis. 

Dr. Selwyn Hollis, Dr. Richard Munson 

Znd Row (Front to Back) 

Dr. Ed Wheeler, Dr. Dale Kilhefner, 

Dr. Tim McMillan, Dr. Laurie White, 

Ms. Jane Barnard, Dr. Sigmund Hudson 




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Arts/Sciences 



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Maj. Scott 

ncj'iiniiicnt Head 



Oean Adams 



Military Science 

1st Row (L-R) 

Maj. Daniel B. Scott, Cpt. Michael Williams, 
SSG Lucy Newsome, Cpt. Joseph L. Johnson, 
SFC Bryan K. Staggs 




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Arts/bcience 




Dr. Martin 
Dci'arimciit Head 






Psychology 



Ht Row (L-R) 

Justino Navarro, Katrina Laygo, Christine 

Heinrich, Marsha Carlton, Kimberly Laughlin 

2tui Rc\r (L-R) 

Dr. Ray Somera, Dr. Stu Worthington. 

Patty Parker, Dana Boyd 

3rd Row (L-R) 

Miriam Wall, Dr. C. Martin, Vicki Kohout, 
Ms. Cynthia McCormick, Joe Lee, Dr. Keith 
Douglass, Dr. Elliot Palefsky, Cilela Corbett 




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Health Professions 




Dr. Deanna Cross 
Department Hcdd 



Associate Degree Nursing 

1st Row (L-R) 

Delia Tachado,Kathy Dutko, Gail Prentice 

2nd Rove (L-R) 

Dr. Deanna Cross, Tara Haggins, Ginger Pruden, 

Jahn Burgstiner, Da Nell Martin 

3ni Row (L-R) 

Shanna Drayton, Helen Taggart, Eva Caldwell, 

Dr. N. Reilly, Sandra Clark, Jane Williamson, 

Linda Tuck 





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Dr. Marilyn Buck 
Dei'tinmeiit Head 




Baccalaureate Nursing 

Ht Rc\K- (L-R) 
Ms. Marcella Hart, Dr. M Buck, Dr. C. Powell 

2nd Row (L-R) 
Dr. M. Miller, Ms. Nettie Levett, Ms. Elaine Silcox, 

Ms. Carola Keller 

3rd Row (L-R) 

Dr. C. Massey, Ms. Marian Conway, Ms. Bonnie 

Neuman 



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Health Professions 




Dean Rcpclla 



Barbara Tanenbaum 
Department Head 



Dental Hygiene 



1st Row (L-R) 

They're all extremely well camouflaged in this 
photo. It's a sort of cross-training thing the Dental 
Hygiene students do m conjunction with the 
R.O.T.C. program. 




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Dr. Emma Simon 
Department Head 




Dcin Rcpclla 



Health Science 

ist Row (L-R) 
Dr. Sandy Streater, Dr. Emma Simon, Dr. Bobby 

Kennedy 




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Health Professions 




Mr. Lester Hardigree 

Dcininiucnt lldiJ 



Dean Repella 



Medical Technology 

! St Row (L-R) 

Mary Ann Akins, Dr. Anne Rodgers 

Zmi Row (L R) 

Lester Hardigree 





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Ms. Sharyn Gibson 

Dcf'artmcni Hciui 



Radiologic Technologies 

lit Row (L-R) 
Sharyn Gibson, El Tilson, Laurie McRae, Barbara 

Sheehan, Doug Baker 




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Dean Repella 



Mr. Ross Bowers , J^'^ 
Depart nicnt I lead ' ***' , 



Respiratory Therapy 

1st Row (L-R) 

Bill Smith, Andy MazoUi, Ross Bowers 










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185 



6th Man Club 



202 



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Abraham. Lorraine 


70 


Accurso. Kathenn 


67 


Adams. Joseph(Dr.) 


165-178 


Adams. Mary 


146 


Adams. Rhonda 


71 


Aenchbacher. Ed 


46, 47 


Agudelo, Bill 


66 


Akins. Kimberly 


136 


Akins. Knsta 


146 


Ahcea. Rhonda 


1 14 


Allen. Freddy 


39, 1 14 


Alpha Gamma Delta 


66 


Alpha Sigma Chi 


66 


Alt. Jamie 


1 14 


Ambrose. Elizabeth 


136 


Amencan Chemical Society 


66 


American Dental Hygiene 


67 


Amerson. Tern 


146 


An. Chae 


48 


And Sometimes Why 


196. 197 


Anderson. james(Dr.) 


165 


Andrews. Carol(Dr.) 74. 1 73. 


174. 175 


Andrews. Cheryl 


44,146 


Aponte, Helga 


70 


Arens. Olavi(Dr.) 


70. 172 


Armstrong Fest 


204 


Armstrong, Ben 46, 50, 


1 46, 207 


Armstrong, Duchin 


46,47 


Amold. Gail 


136 


Amt. Elizabeth 


70 


Art & Music Department 


165 


Art In the Spint Land 


157 


ASC Birthday Party 


84 


Associate Degree Nursing 


179 



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Babula, Joseph 10, II, 13,46, 74. 78, 85, 9 1 

/46, 198 

Babula. Patnck 

Baccalaureate Nursing 

Baker, Doug 

Baker, julia(Dr.) 

Baker, Shunder 

Ball. Palnaa(Dr.) 

Bandemonium 

Baptist Student Union 

Barker. Tran 

Barnard, jane 

Barrenbrugge. Tracy 

Baseball 



67, 



46.51 
180 
184 
167 
136 
162 
96, 197 

20.67 

67 

176 

136 

34-37 



Basketball 
Bawsie. Bettye(Dr.) 
Bauman, Enn 
Baumann. Gwen(Dr.) 
Beach Bash 
Beasley. Jairad 
Beasley, Kevin 
Beasley. Wallace(Dr.) 
Beaty, Johnny 
Beaty, Stephanie 
Beaudoin, Tina 
Becerra. Jorge 
Beddow, Paul 
Bedingfield, Billy 
Belton-Kelly. Shen 
Bennett, Miss 
Benson, Lynn 
Benmes, Lisa 
Best, Celio 
Beumer. Ronald(Dr.) 
Beutman, Heather 
Biggerstaff, S. Anne 
Biology Department 
Birthisel, Glenda 
Bishop, Gracie 
Bittner, Debre 
Bjorn. Edith(Dr.) 
Blair, Tncia 
Blakenship, Sheila 
Blakey, Jason 
Bland, Amber 
Bland, Scott 
Blandingburg. Valencia 
Blankenship, Sheila 
Blitch II, Daniel 
Boggs, Tonise 
Bohn, Rochelle 
Bookstore 
Bosarge, Cory 
Bouligny. Belinda 
Bowers, Ross 
6ow/es. Kenneth(Dr.) 
Bowman, Michael 
Boyd, Dana 
Boyd. Dana 
Boyette, Rick 
Bradley, Jim 
Bradshaw, Craig 
Brannon. June 
Branson. Laura 
Brantley. Rhonda 
Brasier. Anne 
Brasier. Tobias 
Brewer. John G.(Dr.) 
Brewster. Melissa 
Brey, John 
Bndges. Marcie 



38-43 

/62 

30. 80, 1 26 

67, 167 
86-89 

79 

66 

/ 73. 1 99 

4, 13, 126 

71, 126, 200,201 

67 

35 

44, 147 

66,67 

77 

77 

78 

75, 136 

126 

/66 

67 

66,67 

166 

136 

I 14 

73 

162 

69 

I 14 

67 

I 14 

67 

78 

29 

147 

68, 199 
147 

73 

66,67 

126 

71, 185 

165 

70.74 

68, 69, 72 

178 

76 

80 

34,35 

136 

69 

I 14 

147 

74, 147 

67. 167 
44. I 14 

74 

68, I 14 



Bndges, Phillip 
Bntz, Dan 
Brodeui", Jennifer 
Brook Sharon 
Brooks, James 
Brower, Moonyean 
Brown, Barry 
Brown, Captain 
Brown, Gary 
Brown. George 
Brown. Hugh(Dr.) 
Browning. Paul 
Brunn. Robert 
Bryant, Anthony 
Bryant, Keith 
Bryant, Lucy 
Buchanon, Shawn 
Buchheit, Melanie 
Buck, Joe 
Buck. Joseph(Dr.) 
Buck. Manlyn(Dr.) 
Buckley. William 
Bunch of People 
Bundy, Chad 
Burgess, Clifford(Dr.) 
Burgsttner, John 
Burnett, Robert(Dr.) 
Bums, Teresa 
Burton, Kimberly 
Business Office 
Buskey, Cynthia 
Butcher, Adam 
Butler. Frank(Dr.) 
Butler, Sharon 
Byne-Ndow, Felicia 
Byrd, James(Dr.) 



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78, 



Cafeteria 


73 


Caldwell. Eva 


179 


Calhoun. Leigh 


107, 109, 198, 


Calliope 


74 


Campbell, Diane 


126 


Campus Police 


77 


Canicatti, Christopher 


68, 136 


Cannon, Julie 


206 


Carabotta, Kimberiy 


115 


Caria of Ebony Coalition 


68 


Carlton, Marsha 


68, 72, 1 78 


Carpenter, Suzanne 


167 


Carpenter, Tammy 


69, 1 37 


Carroll, Ron 


66, 1 37 


Carroll, Shelley 


8. 7 1 . 74. 115 


Carrot Top 


94.95 


Carter. Jackie 


1 15 



186 



AX. 



Carter, Mandy 
Cash, John 
Cat, Campus 
Caughran, Allen 
Caughran, Ed 
Central Stores 
Chambers, Craig 
Chandler, Kate 
CHAOS 
Chaplin, Jody 
Chavez, Eric 
Cheerleaders 
Chemistry & Physics 
Childress, Beth 
Christian, Teresa 
Chumley, Joel 
Clancy. Frank 
Clark, Elizabeth 
Clark Cen 
Clark, Katie 
Clark, Phil 
Clark, Sandra 
Cleveland, Herbert 
Cline, Barry 
Cohen, Dawn 
Coleman, Apryl 
Coleman, Diane 
Coleman, Jamie 
Coleman, jeff(Dr.) 
College Union Board 
Collette, Wendy 
Collins, Angle 
Collins, Larry 
Comaskey, Bernard 
Computing, Academic 
Computing, Administrative 
Conlin, Jennifer 
Connelley, Marty 
Conway, Manan 
Cook, Janet 
Cooksey, Thomas(Dr.) 
Cooper, Catherine 
Corbett, Cilela 
Corby, Angie 
Cosgrove, Maryellen(Dr.) 
Council. Roger(Dr.) 
Cowart, Clint 
Cowling, Greg 
Cox, Lynetta 
Craig, Tonya 
Crapps, Misty 
Crapse, Karen 
Crauswell, Alicia 
Crawford, Charisse 
CrawTord, Karen 
Cross Country 
Cross, Deanna(Dr.) 



42, 43, 66 

75 

5 

106, 137 

165 

74 

39,41, 158 

I 15 

90,91 

71 

17,35,36 

4, 44, 205 

167 

170 

137 

35 
173 

70 

172 

198 

39,41 

179 

13 

66 

71 

48, 115 

I 15 

67 
163 

74 
137 

16 
I 16 
172 

75 

75 

67 
I 16 
180 

75 
173 
I 16 
178 

67 
169 



Crumley, Jennifer 
Cummings, Diana 



127 
73 



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69. 

70. 



72. 



162, h 



56, 163 

I 16 

72 

72 

I 16 
126 
I 16 
20, I I 6 
106 
46-47 
179 



Daassa, Dali 


173 


Davidson, NonA'Ood 


1 17 


Daly, Bob 


74, 137 


Dance Team 


5,48 


Dandy Evelyn(Dr) 


162 


Daniel What's his name 


67 


Daniel, Patrick 


116 


Daniels, Margo 


1 16 


Daniels, Timothy 


20 


Darlington, Officer 


77 


Data Process.& Manag. 


68 


David, John 


67 


Davis, Dawn 


46,47, 56, 117 


Davis, Janice 


1 17 


Davis, Karen 


1 17 


Davis, Lisa 


67 


Daws, Lynne 


173 


Davis, Tara 


1 17 


Deason, Melanie 


127 


Debrand, Sandi 


73 


Decan/alho, John 


137, 106, 107, 109 


Deese, Gregory 


147 


DeGroot, Buck 


8,50,51,69 


Delk, Cindy 


148 


DeLoach, Janet 


1 17 


DeRoy, Jenefer 


127 


Desai, Hatel 


70 


Developmental Studies 


170 


DeVries, Pam 


127 


Diaz, Donna 


170 


Dickerson, Tracy 


117 


Dismukes, Marguerite 


127 


Dixon, Don 


1 17 


Donald, Charlene 


117 


Donaldson, Kathy 


127 


Douglass. Keith(Dr.) 


72. 178 


Dove, Jennifer 


148 


Drayton, Shanna 


179 


Drummond, Cynthia 


1 17 


Dryden, Pat 


78 


Duane, Georges 


46,47 


Dubberly, Michelle 


127 


Duke, Andre 


38, 158, 199 


Duncan. john(Dr.) 


172 


Dunham, Shea 


21,46, 47 


Durant, Lone 


78 


Dutko. Kathy 


179 


Dyal, Jackilyn 


137 


Dye, Rachelle 


72 



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E.B. Twrtmeyer 
Ealy. Steven(Dr.) 
Ebony Coalrtion 
Eckhardt Jennifer 
Econonnics Club 
Edenfield. Chns 
Edenfeld. Romie 
Education Department 
Edwards. James 
Edwards. John 
Ellett John 
Ellis. Shane 
Engineenng Society 
English. Beverly 
Enhardt. Kenny 
Environmental Coalition 
Enzor, Ellie 
Eubanks. Diana 
Evans. Mathilde 
Evans. Vince 
Eversoll. Mark 
Ewing. Mark 



72 
171 

68 
148 

69 

197 

74. 94. 137. 196. 204 

162 

118 

70 

75 
137 

69 
78.80 

73 

69 

68 
I 18 

48 
35,37 

75 
35, 36. 37 



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Faculty Appreciation 
Faculty Lecture 
Farley, Sharon 
Fawcett. Bob 
Fennell. Mark 
Ferraro. Joey 
Feshman Class 
Feuger, Jimmy 
Financial Aid 
Finnerty. Shawn 
Fleming. Chns 
Flores, Nerio 
Floyd. Anita 
Fodor. Gary 
Fogie. Dorothy 
Fontanez. Rudy 
Ford, Betty 
Foreman, Brian 
Foret. Diedre 
Fort, Kim 
Foss, Melanie 
Foster, Chns 
Foster, Susan 
Frampton, Judith 
Frazier. Sharon 
Fueger, Jimmy 
Fuller. Chris 
Fussell, Brian 



I 13 



70. 172. 



85 

85 

72 

75 

I 18 

148 

124 

148 

75 

127 

67 

69 

137 

173 

73 

118 

163 

127 

75. 128 

138 

44 

148 

75 

I 18 

128 

46.47 

67 

35,67 



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GA Assoc, of Educators 
Galloway. Herben(Dr.) 
Gardiner, Jeanette 
Garginio. Ralph 
Garland, Dorothy 
Garza, Biddy 
Gavlick. Daryle 
Geoffrey, Cyndee(Dr.) 
George. Doug 
Georges. Duane 
Georges, Mimt 
Gibson, Sharyn 
Gideon, Buffie 
Giella, Shirley 
Gilky Jr., Gordon 
Gill, Stacy 
Glemboski, Gary 
Godbee, Kim 
Godbee, Mary 
Goldsmith, Diana 
Goldstein. Joe 
Goodwin, joe! 
Government Department 
Gracen. Rhonda 
Graham, Willie 
Green, Rachel 
Griffin. Stacy 
Grimes. Wayne 
Gnner. Jim 
Griner. Stephanie 
Gnzzard, Judy 
Gross, jimmie(Dr.) 
Grundy. Jennifer 
Guest. Jimmy 
Guiilory, Gary 
Guillou, L.j.(Dr.) 
Gulley. Jacinda 
Gunter. Guy 



70 

162 

76 

128 

138 

34.35 

35.36 

170 

I 18 

1 2, 28, 69. 80, 88 

74. 78, 149 

184 

118 

73 

70 

13 

22.23 

42.43 

118 

128 

70 

35 

17! 

77 

9 

165 

66.67 

138 

128 

I 18 

76 

70, 172 

56 

75 

8, 68. 1 28, 1 94 

166 

80 

149 



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Haddock. Lizette 
Haggins. lara 
Haines. Kathryn 
Halas. Cindy 
Haley. Josh 
Hall. Elaine 
Halloween Party 
Hamilton, Karia 
Hamlen. Chns 
Harbold. Linda 



159 

179 

119 

68. 149 

44 

149 

204 

4. 16-17, 138, 198 

67 
I 19 



Hardigree, Lester 

Harkins, Maggie 

Hariin, Shawna 

Hamer, Mike 

Harrell, Dan 

Harrell, Gina 

Han^ell, Vtcky 

Hams, Al 

Harns. Henry(Dr.) 

Hams, Karl 

Hams, Robert(Dr.) 

Hams, Treesomia 

Hort, A^orce//o 

Harvey. Tommy 

Harwell. Julie 

Har/^ood. Pam(Dr.) 

Hathaway, Poppy 

Hathcock. Enc 

Hauck, Gabnela 

Health Science Department 

Heath, Shannon 

Heineman, Debbie 

Heinnch. Chnsttne 

Heller, Hank 

Helmly. Harry 

Helstein. Ma-Felicidad 

Heppner, Kim 

Hem, E.G. 

Hicks, Lazabre 

Hinman, Gia 

Hispanic Society 

History Deparment 

Hizer, Todd(Dr.) 

Hobby. Wensley 

Hobe. john(Dr.) 

Hodgkins. Daniel 

Hoffman, John 

Holbrook, Corazon 

Holland. Steve 

Hollinger, Karen(Dr.) 

Hollis, Selwyn(Dr.) 

Hollis. Willie 

Holloway. Stella 

Holmes. Robin 

Home of Thousands 

Hooper, William 

Hopton. Michael 

Hom, Peggy 

Howell, Patricia 

Hudson, Leigh 

Hudson, Nick 

Hudson. Sigmund(Dr.) 

Hulette. Linda 

Humphrey, Guillermo 

Humphreys, Tim 

Huneycutt. Autumn 

Hunt, Monica 



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39. ei' 

7:- 1 

I36l 

1 

163' 

29, 78. 202 

67. 69. 77. 167 

I7C 

165 

119 

I8C 

67 

54. 128 

/62 

67 

66 

54,55. 194 

182 

138 

138 

72. 149. 178 

29 

149 

128 

128 

129 

119 

/76 

70 

172 

167 

70. 150 

/62 

29. 129. 160 

129 

129 

35 

173 

176 

76 

150 

139 

197 

150 

139 

173 

139 

67 

I 19 

176 

129 

70 

68 

69 

70 



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Hurley. Thomas(Dr.) 
^'Hutson. Renee 70, 74. 



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jintramurals 
Isaacson, Brandon 
Ivey, Nicole 



-J- 



[IJ.H.H. Chem. Honor Society 
Jackie, Kevin 
',Jackson, Belinda 
jjackson, Jennifer 
■Jackson, Melissa 
"Jackson, Stanley 
■Jackson. William(Dr.) 
^Jakeman, Melissa 
:Jarrard, Robin 
'jaynes. Michael 
Jjayroe, Kim 
'Jenkins. Man/in 
ijenkins, Tonja 
'Jensen. John 
■Jodis. Steve 
Johansen, Christy 
Johansen, Craig 
Johns, Barbara 
Johnson, Antoinette 
Johnson, Gailyn 
Johnson. Joseph(Cpt.) 
Johnson, Kelly 
Johnson, Mary 
Johnson, Reginald 
Johnson, Shelly 
Johnston, Janice 
Jones, Ashley 
Jones, Bernard 
Jones, Bertis 
Jones, Chuck 
Jones, Clinton 
Jones, Dianne 
Jones, Joni 
Jones, Kim 
Jones. Lee 
Jones, Rob 
Jones. Russell 
Jones, Tiffany 
Junior Class 
Justice, Brena 
Justice, Hugh 
Justice, Judy 



21.74, 79,80. 85 



171 
85. 86. 87 



58-64 
66,67 

71 



67 

69 

139 

24 

I 19 

39 

70 

I 19 

69,73. 150 

167 

66,67 

173 

67 

165 

176 

56 

150 

73 

139 

67 

177 

I 19 

73 

139,203 

150 

120 

67,71 

20 

77 

13,67 

29 

170 

69 

6,7, 25, I 20, i 60 

170 

67, 120 

129. 207 

67 



135 



144 
66 
76 

120 



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Kaczorowski, Joel 




194 


Leverette, Lisa 




67 


Kaminski, Kareena 




56 


Levett, Nettie 




180 


Kaplan. Vicki 


78. 129.206 


Lewis, Dionne 




130 


Kass, Paul 




75 


Lewis, Janelle 




13 


Katamba, Herbert 


129. 


195 


Lin, Ankao 




67 


Keames, Eva 




70 


Lindsey Jr., Jerry 




130 


Kearnes, John(Dr.) 




171 


Lindsey, Stacey 




67 


Keller. Carola 




180 


Linskey, Caroil 




140 


Keller, Leslie 




120 


Lintini. Andrew 




8 


Kelly, Andrea 




151 


Livengood, Melissa(Dr.) 




165 


Kelly, Anna 




70 


Lloyd, Barbara 




73 


Kelly, Jennifer 


48,66 


129 


Lopez, Ray 




76 


Kelso. Bill 




78 


Love, Traci 


66.91 


140 


Kennedy, Bobby(Dr) 




182 


Lucree, Stephanie 




151 


Kennickell, Victoria 




130 


Lumpkin, Sandra 




121 


Kersey, Kim 




139 


Luster, D. 




173 


Kilhefner. Dale(Dr.) 




176 


Lynch. Janice 




75 


Killian, Hayes 


66 


120 


Lynn, Tammy 




130 


Kimzey, Keith 




44 


Lyons, Allison 




121 


Kleinpeter, Jane 




130 


Lyons, Chief 




77 


Knorr, Ginny 




163 


Lyons-Sedgwick, Cindy 




70 


Kohout. Vicki 




178 








Koike, Maki 




120 


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KoMny. Roben(Dr.) 


67. 


167 


X ▼ JL 






Komfield, Erik 
Koth, Andreas 
Kovash, Christa 
Kozlowski, Craig 
Krukowsky, Tracy 
Kuntz, Clark 




84 

51 

130 

106 

120 

70 


MacDougall, Bernard 
MacMillan, Mamie 
Madinger, Paul 
Magnus, Bob 
A/landerson, Sandra(Dr.) 
Manor Murletter 


54 


76 

158 

68 

75 

173 

121 


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Marable, Michele 




121 






Marrs, Aphrus 




121 








Martin. Grace(Dr.) 


72. 


178 


Lacey, Patricia 


120, 


130 


Martin, John 




66 


Lame, Ritva-Liisa 




120 


Martin. Keith 




167 


Lamar, Carl 




139 


Martin. Nell Da 




179 


Lammons, Melissa 




70 


Martin, Stanley 




121 


Lane. Dianne 




163 


Martin. W. 




173 


Lane, Tonda 




151 


Mason, Andrea 




66 


Langston, Pam 




121 


Masquers 




76 


Language, Literature, Dramatic Arts 


173 


Massey. C.(Dr.) 




ISO 


Lanier Osmos(Dr.) 




172 


Mastopoulas, Peter 


77 


151 


Lanscy, Michael(Dr.) 


4, 


163 


Math & Computer Science 




176 


Larson, E>rett(Dr.) 




166 


Matheson, Patti 




67 


Lauen Barbara 




72 


Mathews, Denise 




122 


Laughlin, Andy 


69,75 


Mathis, Steve 




3,66 


Laughlin, Kim 


68,72 


Matthews. Bob 




176 


Laughlin. Kimberly 




178 


Matz, Steve 




69 


Lauridsen, Kelly 




130 


Maxwell, Jack 


9 


130 


Lawrence, Amber 




9 


Maxwell, Tom 




151 


Laygo. Katnna 


72. 


178 


Mayer Catherine 


54,55, 158 


194 


Leavins, Stephen 




121 


Mazolli. Andy 


71, 


185 


Lee, Angela 




121 


Mboule, Mane 




140 


Lee, Joe 


72, 


178 


McClain, Simone 




122 


Lee, Michele 




77 


McClain, Stacy 1 2, 39. 


41, 131, 199 


207 


Lenovitz, Noah 




121 


McClendon. Joyce 




131 



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89 





McClendon, Marcy 






79 


Moser, Margaret 




67 


Passink, Lenny 








McComb. Michell 






131 


Mueller. Nick 25, 74, 


152. 198 204 


Patenaue, Bnan 




19-1 




McCormick, Ondy 




72. 


178 


Mullen. Kathi 




73 


Patterson. Richard(Dr.) 


70 




McCue. Max 






140 


Mullins, Joe 




122 


Peek, Wendy 




68, 141 




McDonough, John 






51 


Munson, Richard(Dr.) 




176 


Perez. Ne'ysa 




71 




McDowell. Astra 






151 


Murphy Jr. Charles R. 




75 


Perkins, Kenneth 




159 




McDuffee, Barbara 






67 


Murphy, Dennis(Dr.) 




171 


Perkins, Kyle 




159 




McEwen, Renae 






140 


Muiray Jr, Owen 




141 


Perry, Joy 




141 




McGlynn. Brien 




72.90 


Murray, Dwayne 




70 


Perry, Shon 




39,41, 199 




McGraw, James 






85 


Murray, Kenneth 




122 


Petrasek, Fran 




74,79 




McGuire, Cynthia 






131 








Phi Alpha Theta 




70 




McKenna, John 






73 


-N- 






PhiMu 




71 




McMillan. Tim(Dr.) 






176 








Phillips, Mai^a-Ann 








McNair Jada 






122 








Phillips, Rebecca 


54, 


55. 153, 194 




McNeal. LaTresa 






140 


Nafna, Tina 




152 


Phillips, Taurence 




122 




McRae. Laune 






184 


Narayanan, Sundarraman 




8 


Phipps, Noel 




66.67 




Medical Technology 
Mefford, Melissa 






183 
122 


Navarro, jastero 
Nease, Bnan 


72. 
66, 67, 


178 

152 


p- p- t 

Physical Education/Athletics 
Pi Mu Epsilon 


163 

71 




Megathlin. William(Dr.) 


162- 


164. 


171 


Neuman. Bonnie 




180 


Pierce, Bnan 




74 




Melroy. Mike 






206 


Nevarez, Steve 80, 89, 90. 9 1 , 


, 141 


Pierce, Cheryl 




56 


1 


Meredith, Chester 
Memll, Officer 






72 

77 


Newberry. Lloyd(Dr.) 
Newman. Kim 




162 
70 


Pingel. AI(Dr.) 
Pinner, Wendy 




166 

78 


i 


Michael. Bruce 






12 


Newsome. Lucy(SSG.) 




177 


Plant Operations 




76 


i 


Michael. Juan 






12 


Nichols, Robin 




152 


Plucker, Jenny 




122 


i 


Michael, Willie 






131 


Nishibon, Masaya 




132 


Pollard, Walter 




76, 159 


< 

< 


Micke, Williann 






131 


Noble. David(Dr.) 




173 


Popwell, Andrea 




42,43 




Middleton, Har^^ey 






207 


Nolan, Larry 




67 


Porter, Stan 




67 


1 


Miestowski, "Flounder" 




35,36 


Nordquist Richard(Dr.) 




173 


Poticny, Marella 




80 


< 
< 


Mikell, Shannon 






13! 


Noms, Frank 




141 


Potter, Rachel 




68,96, 153 


Miles, Amy 






140 


Norton, Melinda 




70 


Powell, C(Dr.) 




180 


f. 


Milisits, Chns 




34.35 


Nowlin, Nathan 




132 


Powers, Tracy 




66 




Military Science 






177 


-O- 






Prather, Sylvia 




77 


Miller, Laura 






30 






Prentice, Gail 




179 




Miller. M(Dr.) 






180 








Prescott, Nicole 




141 


y 


Miller. Moreland 




70, 


140 


O'Donnell, Michelle 




152 


Pnest, Anna Mane 




75 




Mills. Gnff(Coach) 




39. 


163 


Odom, Patty 




73 


Prout. Michelle 




153 




Mimbs, Kelli 






66 


Oglesbee, Susan 




66 


Pnjden, George(Dr.) 




70. 112 




Mims, John 




131, 


206 


Ohn, Win 




132 


Pruden. Ginger 




179 




Minonty Affairs 






76 


Oliver. Clyde 




163 


Pruitt, Janalyn 




153 




Mirande, Melanie 






77 


Oliver, Yolanda 


42,43 


Psychology Department 


178 




Mirchandani, Shyam 






13! 


Orr, Sandra 




152 


Puelan, Joseph 




132 




Mitchell. Jarvis 






122 


Osborne, Hugh 


69, 


153 


Puffelen (Van). Mary 


-Cathenne 


54 




Monod De Froideville. Jean-Philippe 


78, 


118 


Osborne, Rebecca 




153 


Pund, Mary 




67 




Moore. Bemadette 




42,43 


Osborne, Terry 




132 


Purcell, Cynthia 




66.67 




Moore. Enca 






67 


Owens, Alfred 


70.76 


Purvis, Amber 




67 




Moore. Tonja 26, 27. 71. 


74. 78. 84 


,85. 


140 








PutA/is, Keith 




154 




Morgan, Mandy 






71 


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Morgar). Officer 






77 






_ 


Q- 




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Morgan. Scott 






141 












c 


Morgan. Shelly 






132 


Packer, Monique 




69 








i 


Morrell. Debra 




42.43 


Padgett, Karen 




71 


Quick, Kenny 




75 


\. 


Moms. Robert 






78 


Palefsky Elliot(Dr.) 


72. 


178 








1: 


Morns, Shelly 






170 


Palmiotto, Michael(Dr.) 




171 


- 


R- 




1 


Morrison. Chnstel 






75 


Parker. Denk 




35 








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Momson, Ellen 






71 


Parker. Erica 




67 


Radiologic Technologies 


184 


.1 


Morrison, Margaret 






170 


Parker. Patricia 


68 72. 


178 


Ragland, Scott 




122 


i 

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1 

( 


Moscoso, Glenn 




12, 


14! 


Pamsh, Preston 




67 


o ' 







190 



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Rankin, Steve 


39 


Salter, Brenadette 




133 


Smith. j(Dr.) 


74 


Rauch, Officer 


77 


Samuels, Terry 




74 


Smith, james(Dr.) 


173 


Rawls, Vondalyn 


24,68, 199 


Sanders, Donnie 




69 


Smith, Kenneth 


143 


Ray, Kevin 


154 


Sanders, Paula 




142 


Smith, Loma 


143 


Ray, Patricia 


75, 142 


Sandt, D.EIlis 




74 


Smith. Pam(Dr.) 


166 


Rayman, Sundar 


51 


Sapp, Levelle 




142 


Smith, Paul 


124 


Raymond. Richard(Dr.) 




Savage, Angelisa 




31 


Smith, Sheila 


154 


Reddick, Roger 


78, 142 


Savinich, Melanie 




71 


Smith, Steve 


154 


Reese, Randall 


165 


Sawyers, Deborah 




123 


Smith, Wesley 


66.67 


Reggie, Cooper 




Scheiden Krista 


56, 


123 


Smith, Wilhemina 


155 


Registration Office 


77 


Schertel, Philipp 46, 50, 52, 53, 142, 


207 


Snyder, A. 


173 


Reilly. N(Dr.) 


179 


Schmidt, John 




165 


Solomon, Marc 


143 


Relyea, Kenneth(Dr.) 


166 


Schmidt, Ted 


75, 96, 


199 


Somera, Ray (Dr.) 


72 


Repella, james(Dr.) 


179-185 


Schollaert, Warren(Dr.) 




162 


Somera, Ray(Dr.) 


178 


Repiratory Therapy 


185 


Schreiber, Mike 




50 


Sophomore Class 


125- 134 


Respiratory Therapy Club 


71 


Schrum, Roy 




67 


Spence, Evelyn 


70 


Rexroad, Debra 


154 


Schuchardt, Kate 




56 


Spinks, Doug 


143 


Reynolds, Julie 


67 


Schultz, Lucinda(Dr.) 




165 


Spraitz, Renee' 


67 


Rhee. Steve(Dr.) 


171 


Scott Jr„j. Neal 




133 


Sprenger, Darren 


35,37 


Rice, Renee 


42,43 


Scott. Daniel(Mjr.) 




177 


Stafford, Christopher 


124 


Rice, Sandra 


132 


Scott, julie 


67,71, 


123 


Stafford, Tanya 


8,71 


Richards, Kimya 


123 


Scott, Tonya 




123 


Staggs, Bryan K.(SFC) 


177 


Richardson. Ed 


170 


Sears, Rhonda 




133 


Stapleton, Stephanie 


143 


Richter, Pete 


17,35 


Self Cindy 


66,67 


Stegall, John 


73, 161 


Riegnen Charlton 


66,67 


Senior Class 


145- 


156 


Stegall, John 


161 


Rios, Carmen 


46,47 


Serpa, Stella 


94, 


123 


Stembridge, Andrea 


133 


Ritch, Jami 


66,67 


Shappard, Eddie 


39,41 


Stembridge, Sara 


133 


Ritten Tawaney 


48 


Sharp, Debra 




123 


Stephens, Tiffany 


124 


Roberds, Sabrina 


142 


Shatto, Lara 




142 


Stevens, Darrell(Dr.) 


163 


Robert's dog-Snoopy 


83 


Shawe, Ellen 




75 


Stevens, Tiffany 


68 


Roberts. Lynn 


66. 163 


Sheehan, Barbara 




184 


Stinson, Stephanie 


66 


Roberts, Martha 


73 


Sheppard, Victor 




71 


Stone, Janet(Dr.) 


172 


Robinson, Donald 


123 


Shinholster, Michelle 


42,43 


Stormont, julie 


44 


Rockwell, Susannah 


77 


Shipley, Charles(Dr.) 




176 


Strauser, Edward(Dr.) 


162 


Rodgers. Anne(Dr.) 


183 


Shores, Ben 


25,79 


Streater, Sandy(Dr) 


182 


Roland, James 


68 


Shores, Daniel 




8 


Strickland, Deborah 


71, 143 


Romm, Ronnie 


14, 15 


Shuman, Valerie 




48 


Strickland, Ken 


66 


Roper, Linda 


132 


Sigler, Rebekah 


13,67, 


123 


Stringfellow, Daun 


133 


Ross, Amy 


46,47 


Sigma Theta Tau 




72 


Stroud, Mark 


66, 155 


Roth, Aurelia 


70, 79, 80 


Sikes, jody 




124 


Strozier, Robert(Dr.) 


72. 173 


Roth. Lone(Dr.) 


173 


Sikes, joey 




78 


Struck, Ellen 


73 


Round, Gary 


123 


Silcox, Elaine 




180 


Strunk, Joseph 


76 


Royer, Ronson 


9 


Simmons, Renee 




143 


Stubbs, Heather 


67 


Rozelle, Wendy 


142 


Simmons, Robert 




69 


Student Activites 


77 


Rozier, Len 


76 


Simms, Krista 




66 


Student Affairs 


78 


Rumph, Darlene 


4, 16-17, 142 


Simon, Emma(Dr.) 




182 


Student Goverment Association 


78 


Rundbaken. Mike 132. 158. 


197. 198. 203 


Sims, Gene 




170 


Student Life II 


193 


Rundbaken. Susan 


5. 78. 158 


Sincalin Rebecca 




77 


Student Photographic Services 


78 


Rushing, Stevie 


35 


Sipes, Ellen 




56 


Swam, Kelly 73, 


80, 85, 1 24 


Russians 


20,40 


Sisson, Michelle 




162 


Swanson, Heather 


54 






Small, Alphonso 




76 


Sweat, Scott 


25 


-S- 




Smith, Audery 




73 










Smith, Benny 


66,67 


-T- 




Saadatmand, Yassaman(Dr.) 
Saboura, Stefan-Charles 
Salley, Mark 


69. 171 

154 

38,39 


Smith, Bill 
Smith, Bill 
Smith, Carolyn 
Smith, Ginger 




71 
185 
170 

67 


Tacaraya, jose 
Tachado, Delia 


69, 133 
179 



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Taggart Helen 
Tambourlas. Demrtn 
Topp, LarrY(Dr.) 
Tartar, Cheryl 
Taylor. Charles 
Taylor, jack 
Taylor. Patsy 
Taylor, Robin 
Taylor. Yvonne 
Templet. Shirley 
Tencza. Mike 
Tennis 
Terrell, Jim 
The Geechee 
The InkWell 
TheWnting Center 
Thomas. Michelle 
Thompson, Michelle 
Thome. Franas(Dr.) 
Thurmond. Jay 
T/7/ey. Roger(Dr.) 
Tilson. El 
Tinkham, Carol 
Tisdale. Lillian 
Todd, Jeff 
Tompkins. Knsti 
Tomey. Daniel 
Tn Beta 
Tnttel. Yvette 
Tuck. Linda 
Turk. Barbara 
Turner. Jim 
Tumipseed. Patncia(Dr.) 



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Ulengchong, Angela 
Ulmer. Tanya 



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Van Der Elst. Sigrid 
Veitch. David 
Vincent, Teresa 
Vinueza. Sandra 
Viruet. June 
Vogel, Dina 
Vogelsang, Kevin(Dr.) 
Volleyball 



5, 18, I' 



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Wade, Kelly 
Wagner. Nancy 
Wagoner. Maggie 



179 


Walker Doug 


155 


Walker, Enka 


163 


Walker. Pam 


77 


Wall. Minam 


69 


Wall. Nell 


71 


Walworth. Margaret(Dr.) 


73 


Warbington. Kathleen 


73 


Ward. Heather 


73 


Ware, Stacey 


155 


Warlick Roger(Dr.) 


35.37 


Wash, Stacey 


50-55 


Waters. Kenny 


70 


Waters. Thomas 


79 


Watts, Vicki 


80 


Weckesser, Peter 


79 


Wells, Jams 


7! 


Welsh II, Jerry 


77 


Welsh. John 


166 


Welsh, Mr.J, 


124 


West, Ami 


166 


Wetmore, Lee 


184 


Whatley, LaVita 


70 


Wheeler. Ed(Dr.) 


73 


Whetstone, Daniel 


71 


Whetstone. Melissa 


133 


Whitaker. Gail 


124 


White. Laune(Dr.) 


68 


White, Susan 


56 


Whiten, Moms(Dr.) 


179 


Whitfield, Kim 


155 


Whitfield, Kimberly 


74. 133.207 


Whitfield-Laner. Lou 


162 


Whittal, Knsti 




Widener, Wallette 




Wieniewitz, jill 




Wilder, Alice 


124 

1 "i A 


Wilder, Crystal 
Wiley, Robert 


1 34 


Williams, Cynthia 




Williams, Glenn 




Wi///ams, Henry 




Williams, Jacqueline 


66 


Williams, jeanette 


124 


Williams, Loletia 


71, 143 


W////oms. Michael(Cpt) 


70 


Williams, Officer 


94. 134. 160 


Williams, Russell 


71. 134 


Williams, Suzanne 


165 


Williams, Tunya 


56-57 


Williams. Vickie 




Williamson, Jane 




Willis. Jamye 




Wilson, Carol 




Wilson, Shannon 


72 


Wilson, Ten 


73 


Windeler, JoAnn 


67, 124 


Wingate, Rhonda 



72. 



16. 



79 

134 

78 

178 

124 

162 

34 

44 

75,85. 143 

172 

195 

67 

70 

78 

46.47, 143 

78 

155 

173 

74 

9 

67 

73 

176 

124 

156 

74 

176 

162 

167 

44 

30,31. 134 

143 

71, 134 

42,43, 143 

70 

143 

124 

124 

143 

70, 156 

76. 202 

207 

143 

124 

177 

77 

35 

67 

48 

134 

179 

24,71, 143 

46. 47. 56 

30 

9 

73 
156 



Womack. Delores 
Womble. Julie 
Women of Worth 
Woodcock. Morgan 
Woods. Beverly 
Woods. Sheron 
Wonhington, Stu(Dr.) 
Wnght, Destiny 
Wu. Dachin 
Wu, Jennifer 
Wynn, Suzanne 





68 




67 




72 


28.80 




67 


78, 


156 


72, 


178 


28. 


134 




69 




71 


66.67 



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Yarborough, Buster 
Yarborough, Eva 
Yeary, Tammy 
Yeomans, Angie 
Yost. Scott 
Young Steve 
Young. Annette 
Young, Dewey 
Young, Elaine 
Young, Jacqueline 



14. 



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Zehe. Melissa 
Zero Hour 
Zimmerman, Sarah 
Zipperer. Pete(Dr.) 
Zittrauer, Rusty 



44 
44 

156 

67,71 

69 

15,34,35 

143 
76 
20 

143 



124 

196 

73 

67. 167 
44, 143 



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Wrapping Up 
The Book 

We'll close the yearbook with a 

few more shots of students of 

Armstrong State College 

doing the things 

they do. 

It was quite a year. 

See ya! 




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3 



Around Campus 





Quinton tries to find himself. 



Joel Kaczorowski & Brian Patenaue goofing off. 





Becky Phillips, Gabnela Hauck & Catherine Mayer on the 
tennis courts. 




Cool picture, huh? 

194.^ 



Gary Guillory tries to look important. 




Daniel and David hanging out on the MCC Lobby steps. 





We're... ACTING! 



Herbert Katamba, campus womanizer, caught 
putting the moves on Stacey Wash. 





After class, it's to the MCC lobby to watch some tube. 



"What'd ya mean you need more petty cash!" 

A:X I 95 



Bandemonium 



Every year this event gets bigger and bigger. A field of eight of the areas top bands 
were picked from a record twenty nine entries to compete in this year's contest. After 
months of preparation and anticipation, it all came down on January 11, 1992. The 
competition was fierce and 
heated. Zero Hour played brooms 
like ZZ Top, Checkpoint Charlie 
threw a mike stand in the air and 
missed it on the way down, Leap 
of Faith calmly played some killer 
rock. Toxic Oscar gave us the 
blues, while And Sometimes Why 
almost rocked the roof off the 
place. In the end, and to the 
delight of most of the auditorium, 
And Sometimes Why won the 




The crew of Armstrong Student volunteers who helped maintain order and insured the 
competition went smoothly. 





Zero Hour was a ci owd pleaser. 




Romie Edenfield, Rock Mc 
Productions, made it all happen. 



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Home of Thousands, winner of Best Instrumental, Best Vocal, and overall 
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And Sometimes Why, overall winners of Bandemonium "92 



Stagehands Mike Rundbaken and Chris Edenfield kept 
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Mike Rundbaken and Nick Mueller caught dividing up the day's plunder. 





What are you talking about, Karia?" 



'Don't look at me in that tone of voice, Joseph!" 




"Go ahead, feel this muscle. Been working out, ya 




Katie Clark and Leigh Lallioun going into 
Gamble Hall. 



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Professor Beasley caught in a moment of 
philosophical reflection. 




Mike gets ready for Dr. Kearnes class. 





The twin gods of the cafeteria who provide students with 
their double dose of caffiene. 




Stacey McClain, Shawn Perry, Andre Duke, T. Boggs and Vondalyn Rawls 
in the MCC. Really people, relax a little bit. 



Ted Schmidt, Steven Segal's long lost cousin? 



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Respiratory Therapist, 
Newlywed Bride, 
Graduating Student 



Two years ago, Stephanie Beaty arrived at Armstrong State College fresh from Jenkins High 
School and the marriage altar. Despite repeated discouragements from friends who told her trying 
to balance her new life with college would be too much of a strain, she charged forward with her 
dream. In June she realized that dream when she graduated as an accredited Respiratory Therapist. 
Because she's too polite to say, we'll say it for her: "She told you so!" 





In her free time she likes to help out with campus activities. 



Her profession requires her to learn the operation of high 
tech equipment. 




Steph studies intently for an upcoming exam. 



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A graduating smile from Stephanie. 





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Steph checks her instruments to make sure they're in working order. 



How it's done 

Soon all of my hard work will pay off. Graduation 

is not far away and I'm getting more anxious as the days 

go by. It took a lot of encouragement from my mother 

because of my own doubts about going to college right 

away. She showed me that if I waited I would probably 

end up never going at all. Even though I stayed up late 

many nights, got up early many mornings, and studied 

most of the time, I have no regrets. I now see that going 

to school was the best thing, not only for me, but for my 

family. By completing my schooling I will be able to 

afford my family the opportunity to seek the finest 

education possible. It was worth every difficult, fun, 

frustrating and rewarding moment. 



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When I was your age, we didn't have books! 




Lifeguard class 





Al Harris (If only I were a bird right now) 




Hcnryl We know he 

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The howling "6lh Man Club" cheers the team to victory! 




Mike Rundbaken; "Yes! I got a 58!' 





Break out the wallets, they're on the way to the 
bookstore. 




It's 3 PM and still a modest gathering of brains on 
campus. 



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Halloween Party 



The Halloween Party was lots of fun for everyone who came. 
From the dancing to the costume contest, it was a fun filled 
activity for all. If you didn't make it, you missed a personal visit 
with Moses, Death, a Unicorn, a badly wounded war hero, 
indians, vampires and all kinds of other gruesome apparritions. 
For winning the best costume contest, Russell Jones (who came 
as The Grim Reaper) walked away with a brand new portable 
Boom Box, complete with CD player and CDs! Mark your 
calendars, they'll be another one next year! 




How come Nick didn't, di li-l foi the party? 




"I'll get her before she gets me! 




Part of the Halloween Party crowd. 




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Romie, you're such a graceful slow dancer! 




An unlikely crew: Moses, The Grim Reaper,... and 
Olive Oyle? 




Armstrong Fest 



Armstrong Fest is an annual event held 

by the Alumni Association of Armstrong State 

College. Each year the event raises money for 

scholarships by offering fun, games and prizes 

to little children from all over the area. The 

activities ranged from dart throwing to riding a 

Ferris Wheel. A fun time was had by all, 

including the Armstrong Student Volunteers, 

who bagged a shirt for their efforts. 



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A.S.C. Cheerleaders show off to a younger crowd. 





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"We just came for the food!' 



'Yea, yea, mister. I beat your little game, now gimme my prize 




Despite the many things we could say about this picture, we're going to just run it and wait for the photo awards 
to come rolling in for Ben. 





Julie Cannon doin' that Biology thing. 



Vicki Kaplan running a CUB meeting. 




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Mike Melroy & John Mims on an early, overcast 



Joseph Babula (a.k.a. Lurch the Butler) 



Around Campus 




Philipp Schertel burns one toward Ben 
Armstrong. 




Harvey Middleton, Sr., & Jacqueline Williams studying in the library. 





An English 101 class with no attendance policy. 




Jim Turner between sets in his four hour workout. 



Russell Jones kicking Stacey McClain's butt in ping pong. 




It is finished. 

But It wouldn't be if not for the help of 
a good fnend by the name of Ben 
Shores, a busy, bossy guy downstairs by 
the name of A! Hams, a loving wife, 
and little giri named Sarah. All of these 
people contnbuted in their own way, 
each equally important. 

The tnje test of a staff member is 
whether or not he/she can weather the 
stonm and stick with the project from 
start to finish. Ben stuck by me all the 
way, while others fell to the side early 
in the year, or toward the end. He put 
up with my inflated ego and bad 
moods, motivated me when I needed 
it, took pictures, laid out the sports 
section, did the index, countless other 
things, and even bought a few lunches. 
Thanks Ben. 

Al Harris is a self confident, tolerant, 
on-top-of-things, sometimes pushy sort 
of guy that can get things done. Me 
too. Most of the time we agreed, 
occasionally we clashed (usually around 
deadlines). I owe him thanks for his 
help. This book could not have hap- 
pened without him, and neither could 
many student activities. Thanks Al. 

My wife, Kimberly, understood all those times I spent in the yearbook office instead of being at home. 
She wasn't crazy about it, but she understood. She takes good care of me, she reassures me, she loves 
me. Thanks Kimmy. 

And Sarah, my daughter. Nothing can motivate one more than the total trust, love, and confidence a 
child puts in a parent. I keep a picture of her next to the computer in my office, and it keeps me going. 
When I get home, she's always there with a smile on her face as she runs toward me, arms out- 
stretched, ready to be picked up and hugged with a laugh. My hope of a bright future for her is the 
reason I'm in college. Sometimes I think all this work isn't worth it, then she melts my soul and fires my 
detenmination when she tilts her head to the right, looks up at me and says, "Play, daddy?" Thanks 
Sarah. 

And so I'm done. My money is earned, and a book has been created that will be pulled out of some 
attic ten or twelve years from now and bring back what I hope are good memories. For now, it's time 
for Ben, Al. Kim. Sarah and I to start it all over again. No bells, no whistles, just satisfaction. 

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